Classification: Ornithopoda

Body length: 9 m

Body weight: 3 t

Epoch: Late Cretaceous

Locations: Asia, Europe, North America

Hadrosaurus is known as a duck-billed dinosaur, because its head shape is similar to a modern-day duck. These dinosaurs were believed to live in large flocks, leaving as large ‘dinosaur graveyard’.

Hadrosaurus is an inhabitant of dry open spaces.

These dinosaurs used to have large back legs and shorter front legs. While feeding they mostly stood on four legs and used to run from threats on two. Some types of Hadrosaurus might have also had a crest at the top of the head.