Hypsilophodon foxi is one of the smallest dinosaurs found on the Isle of Wight. It had teeth as well as a beak, and was probably an agile runner. The first discovery was in 1849 on the Isle of Wight, when the skeleton was first thought to be a young Iguanodon. Dinosaur Isle displays a mounted skeleton of Hypsilophodon, and a beautifully preserved articulated juvenile skeleton in its original matrix.
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