‘Lambe’s dawn lizard’
Eolambia would have lived in a forested environment at the edge of lakes in a humid floodplain environment
A herbivore, feeding on gymnosperms, ferns, and early flowering plants.
(99 – 94 million years ago)
Named after Lawrence Lambe, a palaeontologist, and found in the state of Utah in the USA. Measuring up to 6 metres long, with an estimated weight of 1 tonne. The teeth of Eolambia are arranged in tightly-spaced and interlocking rows, making them ideal tools for stripping away leafy vegetation. Length 6m.
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