Discover the 7 Dinosaurs That Start With I

Iguanodon: This herbivorous dinosaur from the Late Jurassic and Early Cretaceous periods was known for its iguana-like teeth, robust body, and narrow head, likely inhabiting forests and woodlands.

Incisivosaurus: A small herbivorous theropod from the Early Cretaceous era, distinguished by its rodent-like incisor teeth and likely covered in feathers, it roamed the lands of China.

Indosuchus: This large theropod dinosaur lived during the Late Cretaceous era, characterized by a flattened skull and likely sporting a crest, with initial fragments found in India.

Isisaurus: A huge sauropod from the Late Cretaceous period, measuring about 60 feet long with an unusual body structure, it roamed the woodlands of Central Asia, mainly in present-day India.

Imperobator: Inhabiting Antarctica during the Late Cretaceous period, this paravian theropod earned its name, meaning "powerful warrior," boasting long curved teeth and a carnivorous diet.

Iberospinus: This unique dinosaur from the Early Cretaceous period led a semi-aquatic lifestyle, adapted for hunting in water, and lived in what is now Portugal.

Ichthyovenator: A large spinosaurid dinosaur from the Early Cretaceous period, equipped with a sail on its back and a semi-aquatic lifestyle, it preyed mainly on aquatic animals.