Abydosaurus

2023-07-18 Snargl 1 minute 10 seconds

What kind of animal is Abydosaurus?

Large dinosaur with horns and horns standing in a field of grass and trees
Green and purple dinosaur with a green circle in the background and a green ring around it's neck
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Close up of a dinosaur's head with a black background behind it

Abydosaurus is a genus of brachiosaurid sauropod dinosaur that lived in the Early Cretaceous period, about 104 million years ago.

It is one of the few sauropods known from skull material, which helps us understand how they ate and evolved.

Abydosaurus had a long neck and tail, four legs, and narrow, sharp teeth that were replaced frequently.

It was a plant-eating dinosaur that could grow up to 18.3 metres (60 feet) in length.

Abydosaurus was named after the ancient Egyptian city of Abydos, where the head and neck of the god Osiris were buried, because the fossils were found in rocks overlooking the Green River in Utah.

It is closely related to Brachiosaurus, which lived 45 million years earlier.

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What is the animal Abydosaurus known for?

Abydosaurus is a type of brachiosaurid dinosaur that lived in the Early Cretaceous period in what is now Utah, USA.
It is known for having a complete skull preserved, which is very rare among sauropods.
Its skull shows that it had narrow, sharp teeth that were different from earlier brachiosaurids and that it did not chew its food.
Abydosaurus is also one of the few sauropods that has a genus name derived from Egyptian mythology.

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