- The Maiasaura, whose name means "good mother lizard", was a herbivore which lived in North America in the late Cretaceous period. Up to 9 m in length, 2.5 m tall and weighing 3 to 4 tons, the Maiasaura was a duck-billed dinosaur with bony crests located in front of the eyes.
Behind the Scenes Edit
Maiasaura has the same color as Anatotitan from the documentary Walking with Dinosaurs.
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