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_Saurolophus_ has a high bony spine rising from the top of the skull; in _Corythosaurus_ there is a thin high crest like the crown of
There is also on exhibition a panel mount of a nearly related genus, _Saurolophus_ the skeleton lying as it was found in the rock, and a fine skeleton of a third genus _Corythosaurus_ with the skin partly preserved on both sides of the crushed and flattened body stands beside it.
Cretacic (Belly River); _Saurolophus_ of the late Cretacic
Tarbosaurus scavenged on Saurolophus as opposed to hunting it down: Only the humerus seemed to have been fed on - the rest of the herbivore's body was intact and unmarked, with the bones in place much as they had originally been in life.
Tarbosaurus had killed the Saurolophus, how could the rest of the skeleton not have been damaged?
Saurolophus suggest tooth marks on the fossil are hints that tyrannosaurs were scavengers with a delicate touch.