The fossilized remains are that of a late cretaceous period herbivore,
possibly the biggest in the area at the time, it could have grown to nine meters in length, it also had a powerful beak shaped jaw with 300 teeth, along with up to 500 replacement teeth in its gigantic jawbone, alone, reach a legnth of 70cm.
The above statistics make it one of the larger Hadrosaurs ever found.
The first remains of the skull were found in 2004.
Currently unofficially named "Gryposaurus monumentensis"
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