Human Vs Euoplocephalus

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Artwork showing the relative scale of humans and Euoplocephalus. This animal from the Late Cretaceous Period, 76 million years ago, belonged to a diverse group of armoured dinosaurs called (after their prototype) ankylosaurids. Euoplocephalus was the second largest animal from this group (after Ankylosaurus), and grew to lengths of around 5.5 m (18 ft). Like most ankylosaurs, it was covered in bony plates and equipped with a massive club at the end of its tail, to defend itself from and deter predators.

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Title: Human Vs Euoplocephalus

Date: 17 May 2022

Category: Infographics

Keywords: animal, ankylosaurid, compared, comparison, dinosaur, Euoplocephalus, extinct, fauna, herbivore, human, infographic, Late Cretaceous, paleoart, paleontology, scale, size