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This blog will help you to determine which creatures are male and female.

  • Allosaurus: Males have a black "mask", while females don't.
  • Ankylosaurus: Males have red-ish underside, while females have brown.
  • Brachiosaurus: Male's lobe is red, while females have a grey lobe.
  • Ceratosaurus: Males have a pale face, while females have brown.
  • Compsognathus: Feathered: Males have darker feathers. Scaled: Males have blue necks, while females have green.
  • Deinonychus: Feathered: Males have a slightly darker "beak" area. Females are also brighter than Males. Scaled: Males are slightly darker than females.
  • Dilophosaurus: Males have orange crests, while females have green.
  • Dryosaurus: Scaled: Pretty noticable. Males are green with a red neck, while females are fully brown. Feathered: Males have blue area aroung their face, while Females do not.
  • Gallimimus: Feathered: Males have red necks and feather crests. Scaled: Males have a blue area around their eyes.
  • Pachycephalosaurus: Males have red domes, while females have brown.
  • Parasaurolophus: Males have red crests, while females have brown. Female's crests are also a little bit shorter.
  • Spinosaurus: Males have a red and pale overlay over their sail, while females don't.
  • Stegosaurus: Males are yellow with red plates, while females are fully brown.
  • Therizinosaurus: Males have a blue area around their eyes. They also have red eyes while females have yellow. (This both applies to Feathered and Scaled Therizinosaurus.)
  • Triceratops: Males are more redish than Females. Males also have a pattern on their frill. (This both applies to Quilled and Non-Quilled Triceratops.)
  • Tyrannosaurus: Female's head stripes are darker than Males.
  • Velociraptor: Feathered: Males have a red area around their neck, while Females don't. Scaled: Males have blue tails, while female have tan.
  • Henodus: Males are slightly darker than females.
  • Ichthyosaurus: Males are slightly more redish than females.
  • Liopleurodon: Males are slightly more blue.
  • Megalodon: Females are bigger than males.
  • Megalograptus: There is no difference between Males and Females in Megalograptus.
  • Mosasaurus: Males are slightly more blue.
  • Plesiosaurus: Males are more brighter than females.
  • Tiktaalik: If I am correct, males are mode red-ish than females.
  • Confuciusornis: Males are bigger than females.
  • Dodo: Males are bigger than females.
  • All Terror Birds (Including Gastornis): Males are bigger than females.
  • Elasmotherium: Males are bigger than females.
  • Mammoth: Males are bigger than females. Males also have longer tusks.
  • Megaloceros: Males have antlers, while females don't. Males are also bigger and redder than females.
  • Platybelodon: Males have longer tusks than females.
  • Smilodon: There is no difference betwen Males and Females in Smilodon.
  • Pteranodon: Males have longer creasts. Males are also bigger and have more black area on their face.
  • Megalania: Males are bigger than females.
  • Sarcosuchus: Males are longer than females. They also are slightly darker.
  • Meganeura: Males have white abdomens, while females have yellow.

I hope it helped you!

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