Mandschurosaurus dinosaurs were a group of Hadrosaurian dinosaurs whose fossils were recovered from Asia in 1914. The lifespan of this particular genus is yet to be determined. This particular group of dinosaurs roamed the Earth during the upper Cretaceous period.
It is pronounced as 'Mandz-cur-ro-sor-us'.
This genus belonged to the Hadrosaur group of dinosaurs.
These Hadrosaurian dinosaurs roamed the Earth during the upper Cretaceous period.
Not much is known about when it became Extinct.
The Mandschurosaurus inhabited regions of Asia. Fossils of this animal were recovered from China and Thailand.
This particular species inhabited terrestrial habitats.
Not much is known about whether the Mandschurosaurus lived alone or in groups.
The lifespan of this new genus of Hadrosaurian dinosaurs has not yet been determined.
By the example of most dinosaurs, it can be said that the Mandschurosaurus also reproduced by laying eggs.
This dinosaur may have been quite large in size, based on the holotype material that has been recovered. The estimated length of the Mandschurosaurus was 26 ft (8 m). It is unknown whether it possessed neck frills.
Only a few partial specimens of the skeleton of this genus from the upper Cretaceous period have been recovered. Therefore, the number of bones possessed by the Mandschurosaurus has not yet been determined.
Not much is known about how they communicated with each other.
The discovery of fossils indicates that the Mandschurosaurus was quite large in size, reaching up to a length of 26 ft (8 m).
The exact speed of this genus of the upper Cretaceous period is yet to be determined.
There is no data about the exact weight of the Mandschurosaurus since very few fossils have been recovered.
There are no gender-specific names for this Hadrosaurian dinosaur from the upper Cretaceous period.
Baby dinosaurs are called juveniles or hatchlings.
Researchers claim that the Mandschurosaurus from the upper Cretaceous period had a herbivore diet. Therefore, it can be safely assumed that this species was less aggressive in nature compared to other carnivores.
This dinosaur genus is said to be the first one named from China.
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