Ankylosaurus is a genus of armored dinosaur. Fossils of Ankylosaurus have
been found in geological formations dating to the very end of the Cretaceous
Wild: Unlike many of the herd animals on the island, Ankylosaurus crassacutis
tends to live in small family units. I believe they can afford to stick with smaller ...
Paleontologists have called Ankylosaurus a “living tank.” It's easy to see why.
This herbivorous dinosaur is well protected with spiky armor from the fused
Ankylosaurus roamed across the North American West, snipping plants with its
little leaf-shaped teeth. It had few teeth compared to the duckbills and horned ...
Mar 15, 2016 ... Often compared to an army tank or bus, Ankylosaurus was a heavily armored
dinosaur with a large club-like protrusion at the end of its tail.
These dinosaurs were the prehistoric tanks of their time. Ankylosaurus
magniventris was covered with hard, bony plates that offered superb protection
from its ...
Ankylosaurus lived at the end of the Cretaceous Period (around 66 million years
ago). They were one of the last dinosaurs remaining before the large extinction ...
Information on the Ankylosaurus including pictures, facts, and a short biography.
Ankylosaurus was a huge armored dinosaur, closely related to the
Euoplocephalus. It was heavily plated, with hard, leathery skin, and a club-like