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Stegosaurus
Stegosaurus
Nomenclature
Nickname(s)

None

Biological Information
Homeworld

Skull Island

Species

Stegosaurus

Forms

None

Gender

Varies

Height

3.75 meters

Length

9 meters

Weight

7.7 tons

Eye color

Black

Status

Extinct

Affiliation Information
Allies

Other Stegosauruses

Enemies

Carl Denham

Relationships

None

Production Information
Created by

None

Portrayed by

Stop-motion

First appearance

King Kong (1933)

Last appearance

King Kong (1933)

Stegosaurus is a famous genus of extinct large herbivorous dinosaurs that lived during the late Jurassic period. A Stegosaurus appears in the 1933 film, King Kong.



History

King Kong (1933)

KK33-Stegosaurus foraging

The Venture crew encounter a Stegosaurus in King Kong (1933)

While the crew of the Venture pursued King Kong through the jungles of Skull Island, they came upon a foraging Stegosaurus, which became alarmed and charged them. Carl Denham used one of his gas bombs to knock the Stegosaurus over, and another one of the men finished it with a rifle shot. Another appeared in a deleted scene when Denham runs back to the village, after Kong's battle with the Tyrannosaurus rex.

The King Kong Show

A Friend in Need

To be added

Gallery

Screenshots

King Kong (1933)

Godzilla

Godzilla vs. Destoroyah

Post production

King Kong (1933)

Trivia

  • The Stegosaurus was replaced by a Ferrucutus in the 2005 remake.
  • The Stegosaurus had 8 spikes, but in real life, it had 4 spikes.
  • The Stegosaurus is purple with orange plates and yellow spikes in the colorized version.

List of appearances

Films

Television

Film-based kaiju
Godzilla kaiju
King Kong kaiju
Mothra kaiju
Gamera kaiju
Other kaiju
Scrapped kaiju