a plant-eating saurolophine hadrosaurid dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous of Canada.
? (Lull & Wright, 1942)
Edmontosurus may anchor its own family—Edmontosaurini, which also contains Anatosaurus. However, if Anatosaurus turns out to be a specimen of Edmontosurus, as some suspect, it won't be needing a name for its family 'cos it won't have any!
: Late Cretaceous
: 80-73 mya
Est. max. length
: 12 meters
Est. max. hip height
Est. max. weight
: 5 tons
• Lawrence M. Lambe (1920) "The hadrosaur Edmontosaurus
from the Upper Cretaceous of Alberta". Memoir. 120. Department of Mines, Geological Survey of Canada. pp. 1-79.
• John R. Horner, David B. Weishampel and Catherine A. Forster (2004) "Hadrosauridae" in Weishampel, Dodson and Osmólska (eds.) "The Dinosauria: Second Edition
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