Aachenosaurus

Aachenosaurus is a fossil that was originally thought to be jaw fragments from a duckbilled dinosaur (a hadrosaur), but the fossil turned out to be petrified wood. Aachenosaurus was named by the scientist Abbey G. Smets in 1888 (the type species was called A. multidens). The fossil's name means 'Aachen lizard,' named for the Aachenian deposits of M...
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Aachenosaurus

Aachenosaurus Was named in 1888, by Smets, to what was believed to be two hadrosaurian fragments. Later that year the specimens proved to be pieces of petrified wood. Dinosaurs came in all shapes and sizes and our conceptions are essentially guesswork.
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Aachenosaurus

Aachenosaurus is a dubious genus of prehistoric plant. It was named based solely on fossilized fragments of material that were originally thought to be jaw fragments from a duck-billed dinosaur (a hadrosaur). However, the fossils turned out to be petrified wood, to the great embarrassment of the discoverer. The fossil`s name means `Aachen lizard.....
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