Fossils provide link in dino crest evolution

Skeletal remains show how duck-billed dinosaurs evolved

skulls

SUPERDUCK  Estimates based on its skull (left) and skeleton put P. bergei at about 9 meters long. Its descendants, B. canadensis (right), didn’t have much bigger skulls, but their crests grew larger.

E.F. Fowler

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