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hadrosaur

[′had·rə‚sȯr]
(paleontology)
A duck-billed dinosaur.
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The discovery of crustacean remains in the droppings, described in Scientific Reports, reveals that large herbivorous dinosaurs such as hadrosaurs may have had far more complex eating habits than we usually give them credit for.
The size of the shells found in the fossilized feces indicates the crustaceans were larger than two inches in size, and that each individual was between 20 and 60 percent the width of the beak on common hadrosaurs.
Caption: HADROSAURS, like the ones in the herd pictured here, likely lived in the Denali region.
The fossils were found in the foothills of the Omani Mountains, which was a lush delta some 70 million years ago, when the hadrosaurs roamed the area.
If a local origin is dismissed, the presence of hadrosaurs in Oman around that time needs to be explained by dispersal.
1999) and yielding a hadrosaur dentary, is a synonym of "Fontllonga R" of LopezMartinez (2003).
Among the specimens that went down with the Mount Temple were hadrosaurs (duck-billed dinosaurs), turtles and many hundreds of other dinosaur and vertebrate fossils.
1992): Behavior of hadrosaurs as interpreted from footprints in the "Mesaverde" Group (Campanian) of Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming, Contributions To Geology, 29 (2): 81-95.
On ground there are Hadrosaurs, Alamosaurus, Torosaurus, Paprasaurolophus, Troodons and Triceratops, Tyrannosaurus.
It is among some of the most common dinosaurs of the Late Cretaceous Period: the duckbilled hadrosaurs.