Real fast, let me include a brief disclaimer: I have looked at probably 25 different books and websites that mention this place, and half of them spell it "Cal Orco," and the other half spell it "Cal Orko," while a few even spell it "Cal Orcko." The UNESCO website calls it "Cal Orck'o," so that's the one that I went with on the blog. So yeah, I really don't know which way is which, but nevertheless, this place is quite an interesting fossil site!
An abelisaur, a type of carnivorous dinosaur like Abelisaurus or Carnotaurus.
An iguanodont, a type of herbivorous dinosaur like Iguanodon.
An ankylosaur, a type of dinosaur like Ankylosaurus.
A titanosaur, a type of sauropod dinosaur like Saltasaurus.
A dromaeosaur, a type of carnivorous dinosaur like Velociraptor.
A ceratosaur, a type of carnivorous dinosaur like Ceratosaurus.
A hadrosaur, a type of herbivorous dinosaur like Parasaurolophus.
A tyrannosaur, a type of carnivorous dinosaur like Tyrannosaurus.Again, keep in mind that I have next to no idea which of these, if any, were found at Cal Orck'o. I plan on doing a little bit of digging within the next few weeks, so hopefully I will be able to get back to you sometime soon!