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AACHENOSAURUS multidens
by: Christian C., Grade: 2


Discriber: Smets, 1888
Classification: Ornithishcia, Ornithopoda, Hadrosauridae
Info: On October 31 1888, Abbey G. Smets found a skull of what looked like a Hadrosaurid, but it was actually petrified wood. 25 years later, Lucas Dollo found another skull that looked like the petrified wood one, but it was bone. Dollo named it Aachenosaurus, meaning ''Aachen lizard,'' after the place were it was discovered, Aachen, a small town in Begium. Aachenosaurus may be 13-16 feet in length. Aachenosaurus's worst night mare was Pyroraptor.



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