Bugenasaura

(pronounced BOO-gene-ah-SAWR-ah) Bugenasaura meaning large-cheek lizard) was an ornithopod (a plant-eating dinosaur) from the late Cretaceous period . Partial fossils were found in South Dakota, USA. It was named by paleontolgist Galton in 1995. The type species is B. infernalis. Bugenasaura may be the same as Thescelosaurus or the pachycephalosaur...
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Bugenasaura

Bugenasaura A “large-cheek lizard” from Late Cretaceous South Dakota, North America. Its name comes from Greek, bou- through Latin, bu-, “huge” and Latin gena, “cheek”. The fossil was originally attributed to the Thescelosaurus. Named by British paleontologist Peter M. Galton in 1995.
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