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  • n. Plural form of hadrosaur.


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  • Triceratops or to duck-billed giants known as hadrosaurs, as well as on the femur of an ornithischian, which included many beaked, herbivorous titans.

  • I know that the very word "hybrid" causes old-schoolers to grind their molars like hadrosaurs.

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  • They include specimens of duck-billed hadrosaurs, one of which still sports its toenails, horned ceratopids (three rhinoceros-like horns on the head), carnivorous tyrannosaurids and dromaeosaurids.

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  • Kosmoceratops lived in Laramidia, an area known as the "lost continent", alongside other herbivores, including armoured ankylosaurs, duck-billed hadrosaurs and dome-headed pachycephalosaurs, and carnivorous predators such as raptors and tyrannosaurs.

    Horniest dinosaur ever discovered ? Kosmoceratops ? found in Utah

  • Many dinosaurs—especially the duck-billed hadrosaurs—had tall, bony crests like the cassowary.


  • Scott Sampson suggests that the encroachment of the Bearpaw Sea sparked a bit of an evolutionary revolution among Alberta and Montana's residents, including tyrannosaurs and hadrosaurs.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Scott Sampson kicked off the afternoon talks with a review of the dinosaur fauna of the monument, with other talks on mammals, birds, theropods, hadrosaurs, and ceratopsains !

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • If you want to see a real life triceratops, check out the chamaeleons in your local reptile house, versions of hadrosaurs can also be found there or in many species of bird.


  • The remains of horned ceratopsians and duckbilled hadrosaurs lie north of the Arctic Circle; fossils of long-necked plesiosaurs and the birdlike Hesperornis have been found 1,400 miles north of the Canadian border.

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  • The new creature — aptly dubbed Velafrons coahuilensis — was a massive plant-eater belonging to a group of duck-billed dinosaurs, or hadrosaurs.

    Archive 2008-02-01


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