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Hadrosaurinae


Hadrosaurinae
|-Maiasaurini
|  |-Brachylophosaurus canadensis
|  |-Brachylophosaurus goodwini
|  |-Maiasaura peeblesorum
|
|-Hadrosaurini
|  |-Gryposaurus notabilis
|  |-Gryposaurus incurvimanus
|  |-Gryposaurus latidens
|  |-?Aralosaurus tubberiferus
|  |-?Hadrosaurus foulkii
|  |-?Hadrosaurus minor
|  |-?Kritosaurus navajovius
|  |-?Kritosaurus australis
|
|-Edmontosaurini
|  |-Anatotitan copei
|  |-Anatotital longiceps
|  |-Edmontosaurus regalis
|  |-Edmontosaurus annectens
|  |-Edmontosaurus saskatchewanensis
|  |-Shantungosaurus giganteus
|  |-?Tanius sinensis
|
|-Saurolophini
   |-Prosaurolophus maximus
   |-Prosaurolophus blackfeetensis
   |-Prosaurolophus breviceps
   |-Prosaurolophus maximus
   |-Saurolophus osborni
   |-Saurolophus angustirostris
   |-?Saurolophus krischtofovici
   

Hadrosaurines are the non-crested Hadrosaurids, with the pointed pubis.
They lived mostly in North-America and Asia, but are allso known from
South-America. They were usually 7-9 metres, but Shantungosaurus has
been know to measure over 15 metres of lenght.

Hadrosaur tracks has been found to range all way from southern USA to Alaska,
giving the Hadrosaurs an impression of a reindeer way of life.

 

 

 
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