Euoplocephalus lived at the same time and in the same areas as Edmontonia. Euoplocephalus roamed the forests cropping low plants with its broad beak. It probably ate any type of plant it came across. Learn about Euoplocephalus, Late Cretaceous dinosaurs and dinosaurs of all eras.
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- Extinct Birds
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Aralosaurus is from Kazakhstan in the Soviet Union. It is known only from a nearly complete skull that is missing the front of the snout and all of the lower jaw, but no skeleton. Learn more about this Late Cretaceous duckbilled dinosaur.
This ankylosaur is known from two species. Tarchia giganteus is known from a complete skull and a partial skeleton. But, except for the skull, little of the material has been described. Learn more about the Tarchia and other Late Cretaceous dinosaurs.