BHI Catalog:  Dinosaurs & Birds:  Ornithischians


Ornithischia means ‘bird-hipped.’ This group is comprised mainly of plant eating dinosaurs. Although their pelves supposedly resembles that of birds, they have little else in common with birds (which are actually more closely related to the saurischian dinosaurs). A Harvard University study found that the genome for many of these animals is actually more like that of reptiles. Ornithischian dinosaurs came in all shapes and sizes, some quite ornate, while others were quite plain, they were bipedal, quadrupedal, and everything in between. Some had horns, some had crests and some were covered in bony armor. Ornithischians were the most diverse and abundant group of large animals on the planet, throughout the Mesozoic Era.

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The name Triceratops literally means “three-horned face".
This herbivore was one of the most abundant animals during the Late Cretaceous.
Edmontosaurus annectens was a hadrosaur (duckbilled dinosaur) that ranged from northern Alaska to present day New Mexico.
Brachylophosaurus was a mid-sized hadrosaurid (duckbilled dinosaur) found in the Upper Cretaceous sediments of North America.
Evidence from nesting sites indicate parental care which earned Maiasaura its name (and reputation) as “good mother lizard.”
Denversaurus is a tank-like, plant-eating armored dinosaur.
Herbivorous dinosaurs with plates and spikes above their spine.
Pachycephalosaurus was an herbivore that roamed North America during the Late Cretaceous period.
Psittacosaurus was an Early Cretaceous ceratopsian dinosaur.

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Ankylosaurus cf. magniventris Shoulder Spike - Research Replica
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Ankylosaurus cf. magniventris Shoulder Spike - Research Replica   
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This shoulder spike was once an integral part of the body armor of Ankylosaurus magniventris.

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JUDITH Spiclypeus shipporum Skull - Fossil Replica
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JUDITH Spiclypeus shipporum Skull - Fossil Replica   
BHI #100127998 c.f. skull replica, from a fairly complete specimen, has a fanciful shape.
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