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- name. Ankylosaurus is a member of the family Ankylosauridae, and its closest relatives appear to be Anodontosaurus and Euoplocephalus. Ankylosaurus is thought...
- Heterodontosauridae Genasauria (Ankylosaurus + Triceratops) Thyreophora (Ankylosaurus > Triceratops) Scelidosauridae Eurypoda (Ankylosaurus + Stegosaurus) Stegosauria...
- Ankylosaurus than to Triceratops". Thyreophoroidea was first named by Nopcsa in 1928 and defined by Sereno in 1986, as "Scelidosaurus, Ankylosaurus,...
- clade, such as Ankylosaurus, Pinacosaurus, Euoplocephalus, and Saichania. Ankylosaurines are defined as being closer relatives to Ankylosaurus than to Shamosaurus...
- created for the scene. Pteranodon. Pachycephalosaurus and Parasaurolophus. Ankylosaurus, one of Trevorrow's favorite dinosaurs, is featured in the film. It is...
- ungulatus: 7–9 m (23–30 ft) Stegosaurus stenops: 6.5–9 m (21–30 ft) Ankylosaurus magniventris: 6.25–8 m (20.5–26.2 ft) Cedarpelta bilbeyhallorum: 5–9 m...
- Spinosaurus. Ankyloranodon – A hybrid dinosaur created from the DNA of an Ankylosaurus and a Pteranodon. Compstegnathus – A hybrid dinosaur created from the...
- teeth. In 1964, Euoplocephalus was by Oskar Kuhn referred to Ankylosaurus, as a Ankylosaurus tutus. The genus name Euoplocephalus, meaning "well-armed head"...
- East Asia. The first discoveries within this family were of the genus Ankylosaurus, by Peter Kaiser and Barnum Brown in Montana in 1906. Brown went on to...
- hunt horned dinosaurs such as Triceratops, armored dinosaurs such as Ankylosaurus, and the duck-billed dinosaurs and their possibly complex social behaviors...
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