Pcab177 hylaeosaurus
Name Hylaeosaurus
Name Translation Woodland lizard
Period Early Cretaceous
Location England
Diet Herbivorous
Size 5m (16.5ft)

Hylaeosaurus was a nodosaurid from early Cretaceous England. It was one of the original trio which Sir Richard Owen named the Dinosauria in 1842 (with Iguanodon and Megalosaurus). No new fossil remains have been found since, so it is less famous than the other two. It's still brilliant though!

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