The head of Hypacrosaurus looked much like Corythosaurus. The snout was somewhat ducklike is although the nostrils were in slightly different places. Learn more about the Hypacrosaurus and other Late Cretaceous dinosaurs.
WHAT'S INSIDE: EXTINCT ANIMALS
- Extinct Birds
- Prehistoric Animals
- Other Extinct Animals
Tylocephale is one of a group of new dome-headed dinosaurs discovered by the Joint Polish-Mongolian Paleontological Expeditions to the Gobi Desert. Learn more about the Tylocephale and other Late Cretaceous dinosaurs.
Pachyrhinosaurus was probably the most unusual and distinctive ceratopsid. It did not have brow or nasal horns; instead it had a thick, bumpy, spongy pad of bone along the upper surface of its flattened face. Learn more about the Pachyrhinosaurus.