Real dinosaur fossil bones from a T-Rex, Triceratops, Brachiosaurus and Edmontosaurus
will also be available for viewing.
Bottom: Duck-billed dinosaurs such as this Edmontosaurus
may have roamed Denali's landscape.
FEATURED DINOSAURS | Tyrannosaurus head | Edmontosaurus
head | Brachiosaurus head | Baryonyx | Ceolophysis | Velociraptor | Protoceratops | Iguanodon | Euoplocephalus | Oviraptor
Low bootstrap support is recovered for most nodes, with the exception of the clade that includes all iguanodonts more derived than Hypsilophodon, the Zalmoxes + Rhabdodon clade, the clades equivalent to the genus Zalmoxes and Tenontosaurus, and the Corythosaurus + Edmontosaurus
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 have lots of skulls of Edmontosaurus
, but there are no clues on them that suggest they might have had a big fleshy crest.
We focused on Edmontosaurus
, the only group of large dinosaurs thought to have become more diverse just before the extinction.
, for example, apparently had hundreds of teeth inside its jaw to replace any that were broken or worn out.
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.
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.
It follows two young dinosaurs - Scar, a vegetarian Edmontosaurus
and Patch, a raptor-like Troodon, whose favourite food is baby Edmontosaurus