Kunbarrasaurus ieversi is a genus of ankylosaur from the Early Cretaceous of Australia. It was discovered in 2015, when scientists determined that it had enough differences from its close relative, Minmi, to be made its own species. It is the most complete ankylosaur skeleton from Australia to date. Its name comes from the word Kunbarra, the word for shield in the Mayi language of the local Wunumara people.

Life reconstruction of Kunbarrasaurus ieversi.png

Discovery

Description

Phylogeny

Paleobiology

References

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-12-08/kunbarrasaurus-confirmed-as-new-species-of-ankylosaur/7009982

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