Solitary ankylosaur and a herd of hadrosaurs

Solitary ankylosaur and a herd of hadrosaurs

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Credit: CHRISTIAN JEGOU PUBLIPHOTO DIFFUSION/ SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Ankylosaur and Hadrosaurs. Artwork of a solitary Ankylosaur dinosaur (foreground, lower right) and a herd of Hadrosaurs (background, at left). The Ankylosaur dinosaur was a herbivore about 6 metres in length. Its body was heavily protected by armour plating and its tail could be used to club predators. Ankylosaurs mainly fed on larvae and vegetable debris. Hadrosaurs were highly successful herbivores with up to 1200 teeth. This allowed them to chew any plant material. Like the Ankylosaurs, they lived in the late Cretaceous period (80-65 million years ago).

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Keywords: animal, animals, ankylosaur, art, artwork, cretaceous dinosaur, dinosaur, dinosaurs, hadrosaurs, herd, hunting, palaeontology, paleontology

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