About Edmontosaurus

Named Edmontosaurus in 1917 by Lawrence Lambe, fossils of Edmontosaurus have since been found in many parts of Western North America. These fossils suggest that Edmontosaurus probably migrated with the seasons. A number of unique fossils of Edmontosaurus have been found, including a partially mummified fossil with food contents in the gut region and skin impressions. Edmontosaurus was a large hadrosaur, or duck-billed dinosaur. Like most other hadrosaurs, this animal had a toothless beak, with teeth further back in the cheeks. These teeth were arranged in a manner that allowed them to remain sharp by sliding back and forth against each other. The skull shows signs that Edmontosaurus may have had large inflatable flaps of skin near its nose, perhaps used to attract a mate, or to make a loud honking noise.
What is this dinosaur’s name?
How do I pronounce Edmontosaurus?
What does the name Edmontosaurus mean?
Lizard of Edmonton, Alberta
How long was Edmontosaurus?
42.00 feet 13.00 meters
How heavy was Edmontosaurus?
8000.00 pounds 4000.00 kilograms
What dinosaur class was Edmontosaurus assigned to?
What did Edmontosaurus eat?
How many years ago did Edmontosaurus live?
75,000,000 Years Ago
In what period did Edmontosaurus live?
Late Cretaceous
Where did Edmontosaurus live?
North Dakota, Alberta, Colorado, Montana, North America, Saskatchewan, South Dakota, Wyoming
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