A possible migration
Migration is very common among species due to a variety of reasons. Palaeontologists are currently studying the possibility that Hadrosaurs may have migrated to other locations during certain times of the year and asking why they would have done this. Could it have been the seasons changing, temperatures fluctuating or food disappearing? Ongoing research by palaeontologists will hopefully one day have an answer!
A day in the life
Hadrosaurs are also called “duck-billed” dinosaurs due to their head that resembles a modern-day duck. They were herbivores, or plant-eaters, and had four legs but usually walked on two. Roaming the Arctic, they chewed the lush vegetation with their long flattened snouts and many teeth.
One big family
When many people think of dinosaurs they tend to think of them as solitary creatures who travelled solo or in very small groups. Research has found that Hadrosaurs likely travelled in giant herds with both adults and their young.