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DinoPark Ostrava - Parasaurolophus
Czech Republic
Parasaurolofus se obyčejně pohyboval na všech čtyřech končetinách. V případě potřeby se však dokázal vztyčit na zadní končetiny – například při běhu. Parasaurolophus žil v četných stádech. Živil se hlavně rostlinnou potravou, kterou našel. Kostěný hřeben tohoto dinosaura byl až 180 cm dlouhý, připomínal trubici a směřoval dozadu. Samice mívali kostěný hřeben o mnoho kratší než samci. Parasaurolophus byl asi 9 metrů dlouhý a vážil až 3 tuny.
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