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Noun1.edmontosaurus - duck-billed dinosaur from Canada found as a fossilized mummy with skinedmontosaurus - duck-billed dinosaur from Canada found as a fossilized mummy with skin
duck-billed dinosaur, hadrosaur, hadrosaurus - any of numerous large bipedal ornithischian dinosaurs having a horny duck-like bill and webbed feet; may have been partly aquatic
genus Edmontosaurus - duck-billed dinosaurs of Canada
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The list of dinosaurs in the movie include Ankylosaurus, Apatosaurus, Baryonyx, Dimorphodon, Edmontosaurus, Gallimimus, Metriacanthosaurus, Microceratus, Mosasaurus, Pachycephalosaurus, Parasaurolophus, Pteranodon, Stegosaurus, Suchomimus, Triceratops and Tyrannosaurus Rex.
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.
We might imagine a pair of male Edmontosaurus sizing each other up, bellowing, and showing off their head gear to see who was the dominant male and who is in charge of the herd," Bell says.
We have lots of skulls of Edmontosaurus, but there are no clues on them that suggest they might have had a big fleshy crest.
We analyzed variation in almost all of the known Edmontosaurus skulls, taking into account size and growth.
The edmontosaurus, for example, apparently had hundreds of teeth inside its jaw to replace any that were broken or worn out.
The production focuses on the fortunes of two young dinosaurs - Scar, a vegetarian Edmontosaurus that hatched in the spring, and Patch, a male, feathered, raptor-like Troodon.
The film focuses on a vulnerable young Edmontosaurus making his first migration, as he and his fellow creatures have to undertake their treacherous 1,000-mile journey - or face four months of perpetual night and potential starvation in the polar winter.
It follows two young dinosaurs - Scar, a vegetarian Edmontosaurus and Patch, a raptor-like Troodon, whose favourite food is baby Edmontosaurus.
Other comparison pictures show a Triceratops by a Bison, an Elk by an Edmontosaurus, and an Eagle flying beneath a Pteranodon and a Quetzalcoatlus.
The visitor experience will include a dramatic Big Bang portrayal of the Earth's violent formation, and a heart-stopping roller coaster chase behind a pack of dromaeosaurs as they track an unsuspecting, lumbering edmontosaurus.
This doesn't mean T-rex was too slow to prey on large herbivores such as horn-faced Triceratops or duck-billed Edmontosaurus.