(pronounced AT-las-KOP-kuh-SAWR-us) Atlascopcosaurus (named for the company Atlas Copco [Compagnie Pneumatique Commerciale], that donated some of the equipment for the dig) was an ornithopod about 6.5 to 10 feet (2 to 3 m) long and weighed roughly 125 kg. It was a plant-eater that lived during the early Cretaceous period. It is known only from foss
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Atlascopcosaurus Atlas Copco lizard from Early Cretaceous Australia. Named for the Atlas Copco Corporation that supplied pneumatic tools and accessory equipment which enabled the excavations at Dinosaur Cove, Queensland, Australia. Named by Thomas Rich and Patricia Vickers-Rich in 1989.
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Atlascopcosaurus (meaning `Atlas Copco lizard`) is a genus of herbivorous basal euornithopod dinosaur from the Early Cretaceous of the present Australia. The type specimen, NMV P166409, was found in 1984 at the Dinosaur Cove East site at the coast of Victoria, in layers of the Eumeralla Formation dating from the early Cretaceous, Aptian-Albian. ..
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