duck-billed dinosaur


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duck-billed dinosaur

[¦dək ‚bild ′dīn·ə‚sȯr]
(paleontology)
Any of several herbivorous, bipedal ornithopods having the front of the mouth widened to form a ducklike beak.
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An impression of the growth rate of the duck-billed dinosaur hypacrosaurus (left) which grew three to five times faster than predators such as tyrannosaurus Rex
Of course, it's hard to tell what that cocks comb might have done for the duck-billed dinosaurs.
We also continued to uncover another bone bed full of the jumbled remains of juvenile duck-billed dinosaurs.
Gryposaurus monumentensis was a giant among duck-billed dinosaurs - and seriously equipped for chomping.
Stepping onto an elevator-type contraption, we watch monitors and see our guide, Charlie, in all kinds of predicaments, including an encounter with an angry duck-billed dinosaur.
rex and the duck-billed dinosaur, suggesting the collagen came from laboratory contamination rather than the prehistoric creatures.
Hadrosaur 1 The first skeleton we uncovered was a large hadrosaur, or duck-billed dinosaur.
Ugrunaaluk kuukpikensis, a new species of duck-billed dinosaur, lived in what is now Alaska some 69 million years ago, scientists report September 22 in Acta Palaeontologica Polonica.
Washington, July 21 (ANI): A new species of the hadrosaur - the oldest duck-billed dinosaur known from North America has been discovered, and named by scientists.
A recently unearthed skull of the duck-billed dinosaur Edmontosaurus regalis has remains of a fleshy head dome, says Phil Bell of the University of New England in Armidale, Australia.
Washington, May 1 (ANI): A new study has confirmed that ancient protein dating back 80 million years to the Cretaceous geologic period has been preserved in bone fragments and soft tissues of a hadrosaur, or duck-billed dinosaur.
So they investigated which particular amino acids were strung together in the collagen bits that had been extracted from 68 million-year-old Tyrannosaurus rex bones and an 80 million-year-old duck-billed dinosaur fossil.