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A highlight of the ROM's collection of prehistoric life is a series of duckbilled dinosaurs from Alberta, 65 to 75 million years old--one of which is on display on the Museum's main floor.
Perhaps the only celebrity to build a multimillion-dollar career based on being a dork, Weird Al is the duckbilled platypus of the music industry.
28, 1998 JOURNAL OF VERTEBRATE PALEONTOLOGY, Anderson and his colleagues describe a set of exquisite skin impressions associated with bones from a hadrosaur, or duckbilled dinosaur.
Washington, July 1 (ANI): A new study of a remarkably preserved fossil of a duckbilled dinosaur has revealed that the prehistoric reptile had skin like that of birds and crocodiles.
Echidnas and the duckbilled platypus are the only egg-laying mammals.
Wolberg and his colleagues found pieces of the lower jaw and teeth of a baby duckbilled dinosaur in the Cretaceous rocks of northwestern New Mexico.
The skull was flown to Salt Lake City for study by scientists from the Utah Museum of Natural History who determined that it represents Gryposaurus, a hadrosaur or duckbilled dinosaur not found south of Montana before.