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Edmontonia

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Product Code :RC16015D

 

Name:Edmontonia

 

Meaning:Dinosaur from Edmonton

 

Pronunciation:Ed-mon-tone-ee-ah

 

Named by:Charles Mortram Sternberg

 

Order:Ornithischia

 

Diet:Herbivore

 

Period:Late Cretaceous

 

Figure size:19,5cm x 15cm x 10,7cm  (l x w x h)

 

Real size:22 ft long 6 ft high at the hips.

 

Weight:Three tonnes

 

Excavated in: Alberta, Canada

 

Features: Small oval ridged and boney plates on its back and head. And very sharp spikes along its sides.

 

 


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There are two species of Edmontonia, Longiceps and rugocidens?

They are both the same height and weight? The three largest spikes jutted out from the shoulder?

QUESTION: What shape had the Edmontonia skull from above?

ANSWER: Like a pear.






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