Terrible dinosaur - Tarbosaurus hero

Name of science:    Tarbosaurus bataar

Name meaning:                      Лат. tarbo = terrible, saurus = dinosaur, bataar = hero

Size                Урт 10-12 метр, Өндөр 4 метр, Жин 2-3 тонн

Food:                     Meat

Archaeological site:                  Mongolia, Umnugovi Aimag, Nemegt stratum

Geological time:  Late Cretaceous (71-65 million years ago)

Classification:                      Theropoda Marsh, 1881  Tyrannosauridae Osborn, 1905 Tarbosaurus Maleev, 1955  Tarbosaurus bataar Maleev, 1955

     The Tarbosaurus bataar is one of the largest carnivorous giant dinosaurs that lived in the Cretaceous. The hind legs move quickly, and the long tail has large muscles in the area, so the tail is raised almost horizontally and acts as a balance during movement. The body of the Tarbosaurus hero exhibited at this exhibition is 7.5 m long, 2.5 m high, 75% of which is fossil and the rest is a copy.

Duck-nosed dinosaur - Zaurolof

Name of science:                Saurolophus sp.

Name meaning:                                  Лат. sauros = гүрвэл, lophus = шовх оройт

Size                            Урт 7-12 метр, Жин 1.9-2.1 тонн

Food:                                 Herbivores

Archaeological site:                              Монгол улс, Өмнөговь аймаг, Нэмэгтийн давхаргадас

Geological time:              Late Cretaceous (71-65 million years ago)

Classification:                                  Ornithopoda Marsh, 1881  Hadrosauridae Cope, 1869 Hadrosaurinae Lambe, 1918  Saurolophus Rozhdestvensky, 1952

     The largest bird in the genus is the pelvic herbivorous dinosaur. Normally, he would walk on two hind legs, but in anxiety he would walk on all fours to escape danger. The Saurolophus dinosaur fossil is found in the Dragon's Tomb in the Nemegt Valley, and some of them have preserved skin imprints. A skin imprint is found to testify that the dinosaur's tail was striped.

Egg-stealing dinosaur - Oviraptor

Name of science:    Oviraptorosauria.

Name meaning:                      Лат. ovi = өндөг, raptor = хулгайлагч sauria = гүрвэл

Size                Урт 1.5-2.5 метр

Food:                     Mixed food

Archaeological site:                  Mongolia, Umnugovi aimag, Jodokhtyndavhargadas

Geological time: Late Cretaceous (84-80 million years ago)

Classification:           Theropoda Marsh, 1881 Oviraptorosauria Barsbold, 1976

       In 1923, scientists from the Central Asian Expedition, led by Roy Chapman Andrews, a researcher at the Museum of Natural History in the United States, first discovered an oviparous dinosaur skeleton in an egg. The researchers included the fossilized eggs in the horned dinosaur eggs, the main reason being that they found artifacts from all stages of growth, from the horned dinosaur kitten's bones.

        Seventy years later, Sithipati, an egg-laying species, was found in Oviraptor's nest, proving that the fossilized egg was Oviraptor's egg. Thus, my "egg thief" immediately became a "Big Mama."

Armored dinosaur - Ankylosaurus

Name of science:    Ankylosauridae sp,

Name meaning:                      Лат. ankylo = хуяг, sauros = гүрвэл

Size                Length 2.5-8 meters, Weight 5-7 tons

Food:                     Herbivores

Archaeological site:                  Монгол улс, Өмнөговь аймаг, Жодохтын давхаргадас

Geological time:  Late Cretaceous (71-65 million years ago)

Classification:                       Thyreophora Nopsca, 1915 Ankylosauridae Brown, 1915

       The ankylosaur's head and body are covered with armor, and although it has been slow to move for a long time, its eyesight is sharp, its sense of smell is well developed, and it is a four-legged dinosaur. Other carnivorous dinosaurs were able to defend themselves by striking other animals with a force of about 1,390 kilograms with the help of a large bone mound at the tip of the tail.

Old Khan Meteor:

The meteorite was discovered in September 1957 by O. Namnandorj was first found in the ruins of a historical monument called Kublai Tsetsen Khan's Military City, located on the west bank of the Teel River in Nariin Teel soum, Uvurkhangai aimag. When it was first discovered, a large piece of black, iron-like ore, 9 to 10 cm long, 4 cm high, and weighed 540 g, and a small piece 5 cm long, 3 cm wide, 2 cm high, and 80 g, weighed a total of 620 g. According to the results of the chemical laboratory of the Geological Survey, it was also found to be an iron meteorite. Named after Khan-khugshin mountain near Teel river in Uvurkhangai aimag. Dimensions: length: 7.6 cm, width: 6.6 cm, height: 5.6 cm, weight: 506.7 g.

Manlai solir:

This meteorite was discovered by O. In 1952 and 1953, a man named Namnandorj identified the location of Mologo-Dersene Us in Gurvan Kharaat, 90 km south of the soum center, in Manlai soum, Umnugovi aimag, and identified the location. In May 1955, it was taken to the Institute of Science and exhibited at the Central Museum. The chemical composition of the leading meteorite was determined to be an iron meteorite based on its high iron and nickel content, strong magnetic properties, and high content of the sulfur metallic mineral trolite. The leading meteorite has a regmagliptic texture, the dimensions are: length: 90 cm, width: 35 cm, height: 26 cm, weight: 166.8 kg.