Tsintaosaurus

(pronounced sin-tau-SAWR-us) Tsintaosaurus is a genus of plant-eating, duck-billed dinosaurs (hadrosaurs) of which little is known. Tsintaosaurus was roughly 33 ft (10 m) long. It may have had a thin, hollow bony crest on its head (jutting forwards, or maybe backwards) but some paleontologists think that this crest may in fact be an artifact of the...
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Tsintaosaurus

Tsintaosaurus “Tsintao lizard” from Late Cretaceous Shanong, China. The name comes from Chinese Qingdao, “green” plus dao, “island”. Named by Chinese paleontologist Yang Zhong-jian (also known as: Chung Chien Young) in 1958.
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Tsintaosaurus

Tsintaosaurus was a dinosaur of the Cretaceous period. Tsintaosaurus was a duck-billed dinosaur, about seven metres long that walked on its hind legs. On top of the head was a forward-pointing hollow horn connected to the nostrils, but enclosed at the top.
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