Amurosaurus

Amurosaurus (meaning lizard from the Amur river basin, in far eastern Russia) is a newly-discovered plant-eating dinosaur. Two almost complete fossils of this lambeosaurine hadrosaur (duck-billed dinosaur) were found in Russia. Amurosaurus was named by Yuri Bolotsky (who discovered the fossils near Blagoveshchensk) and Kurzanov in 1995. This genus ...
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Amurosaurus

Amurosaurus “Amur [River Basin] lizard” from a new discovery in the far eastern area of Russia near the Chinese border. Named by Russian Geologists Yuri Bolotski and Anatoli Sorokin in 1999.
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Amurosaurus

Amurosaurus (s; `Amur lizard`) is a genus of lambeosaurine hadrosaurid dinosaur found in the latest Cretaceous period (66 million years ago) of eastern Asia. Like most lambeosaurs, it would have been a primarily bipedal herbivore with a `duckbill` shaped snout and a hollow crest on top of its head, although such a crest has not been found. Fos...
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