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The Euoplocephalus had a very broad and flat low-slung torso, about four feet high on four short, sturdy legs. The armored skull had a short drooping snout with a horny beak to bite off plants. Like other ankylosaurs, it was covered by bony armor plates, with rows of large high-ridged scutes. The tail club of ankylosaurs is thought to be a defensive weapon. A 2009 study concluded that a large ankylosaurs club could make enough force while swinging, that it could break bones during impact. In 2013 Paul Penkalski and William T. Blows did research to show the original skeleton of Euoplocephalus may be a combination of several other related ankylosaurs.


Full Name Euoplocephalus Tutus
Name Means Well-Armed Head
Period Late Cretaceous 70-65 Million Years Ago
Order Ornithischia
Suborder Hadrosauridae
Diet Herbivore (Plant-Eater)
Size 19 feet (6 meters) long
Weight 2.2 tons / 2 metric tonnes
Discoverer Lawrence Lambe 1897
Natural Habitat
  1. Canada (Alberta)
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