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Lurdusaurus

Lurdusaurus (meaning “Heavy Lizard”) is a genus of iguanodont ornithopod dinosaur from the Early Cretaceous of the Tenere Desert in Niger. It lived with dinosaurs such as Suchomimus, Ouranosaurus, Eocarcharia, and Kryptops. Thomas R. Holtz, jr has said that Lurdusaurus was aquatic or semi-aquatic, because of it’s hippopotamus-like build. The remains were discovered in 1965 […]

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Ouranosaurus

Ouranosaurus (meaning “Brave Lizard”) is a genus of iguanodontid dinosaur from the Early Cretaceous of northern Africa, especially in the Echkar Formation in Niger. Two very complete specimens were unearthed in the Echkar Formation. The first complete fossil found in 1965 and the second in 1972. The type species, O. nigerensis, was described by Phillippe […]

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Altirhinus

Altirhinus (meaning “High Nose”) is a genus of iguanodontid from the Early Cretaceous of Mongolia. The type species, A. kurzanovi, was described by David B. Norman in 1998. The specific name is called kurzanovi for Sergei Kurzanov, the Russian scientist that originally found the specimen in 1981. In the original description, Norman stated that Altirhinus […]

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Lanzhousaurus

Lanzhousaurus (meaning “Lanzhou Lizard”) is a genus of iguanodont dinosaur from the Early Cretaceous of the Gansu region in China. Only a partial skeleton has been discovered, and of the fossils recovered were teeth. The teeth were very large, and have been considered the largest teeth of any herbivorous creature. This helped to classify this […]

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