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A large herbivorous mainly bipedal dinosaur of the late Cretaceous period, with jaws flattened like the bill of a duck.Also called duck-billed dinosaur
- ‘There is a parallel here with the hadrosaur and ceratopsian dinosaurs of the Late Cretaceous.’
- ‘The ornithopods included the hadrosaurs or duck-billed dinosaurs, in which the front of the mouth was enlarged to form a broad flat beak and a variety of bony crests were developed on top of the head.’
- ‘The Ornithopoda included the hadrosaurs, the iguanodontids, the heterodontosaurs, the hypsilophodontids, and various other dinosaurs.’
- ‘Samples were taken from hadrosaurs, dinosaurs with exclusively terrestrial life habitats, so that all animals lived in contact with fresh waters.’
- ‘These tooth marks suggest a diet of largely hadrosaurs and ceratopsians and typically occur more commonly on limb bones than on vertebrae.’
Late 19th century: from modern Latin Hadrosaurus (genus name), from Greek hadros ‘thick, stout’ + sauros ‘lizard’.
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