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Parasaurolophus

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  • According to wiki, the Parasaurolophus is a genus of ornithopod dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous Period of what is now North America, about 76-73 million years ago.

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  • What if the dominant life form descended from a Parasaurolophus ancestor?

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  • You can download a Diplodocus, a Parasaurolophus and a Iguanadon.

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  • A series of cards depicting the heads of Alberta dinosaurs left-right, top-down Ornithomimus, Albertosaurus, Pachyrhinosaurus, and Parasaurolophus.

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  • A series of cards depicting the heads of Alberta dinosaurs left-right, top-down Ornithomimus, Albertosaurus, Pachyrhinosaurus, and Parasaurolophus.

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  • As someone whose greatest joy this week has been finding out that he and his partner have the same favourite dinosaur Parasaurolophus, of course, I have to clarify: pterosaurs were *not* dinosaurs.

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  • From the article:Robot replicas Tyrannosaurus rex and Parasaurolophus, capable of strolling one kilometre an hour, will greet visitors at the six-month World Exposition which opens this month in the central Aichi region.

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  • Buy this image Members of the set-up crew lifted a a crested Parasaurolophus off of a trailer as dinosaurs were being installed for the Jurassic Garden display at Powell Gardens on Friday, Apr 29, 2011, in Kingsville, Missouri.

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  • Buy this image Guy Darrough, a self-taught fossil collector and Lost World Studios founder, held the tail of a crested Parasaurolophus, as one of his helpers tightened a screw as dinosaurs were being installed for the Jurassic Garden display at Powell Gardens on Friday, Apr 29, 2011, in Kingsville, Missouri.

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  • Though they're all pretty frickin 'nifty, my favorite sticker in this set is the Parasaurolophus, a duck-billed crested herbivore that is depicted snacking on a baby stolen from it's carriage.

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