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What was the name Gideon Mantell gave to the creature he discovered in 1833? A. chaetodon B. iguanodon C. mastodon D. stegodon
Iguanodon was the name Gideon Mantell gave to the creature he discovered in 1833.
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Iguanodon was the name Gideon Mantell gave to the creature he discovered in 1833.
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