A Bizarre New Dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous of the American West - Digging the Fossil Record: Paleobiology at the Smithsonian

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Excellent read, thanks

Great memory, Phil! The crests of some skulls of the duckbilled dinosaur Corythosaurus do resemble that of Anzu in outline, but otherwise the skulls are totally different in structure. For example, the crest encloses the nasal passages in Corythosaurus and other duckbills but not in Anzu.

Isn't that a Corythosaurus?
I remember these things in my dinosaur toys from 50+ years ago.

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