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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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Real dinosaur fossil bones from a T-Rex, Triceratops, Brachiosaurus and Edmontosaurus will also be available for viewing.
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 clade.
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.
The edmontosaurus, 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.