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Scientific Name: Muttaburrasaurus langdoni (Langdon’s Muttaburra Lizard)

Age: Cretaceous Period (105-101 million years ago)

Size: 7 m long

Location: Muttaburra, Central Queensland

Muttaburrasaurus was an ornithopod dinosaur with powerful shearing teeth to eat tough plant material. It had a large, rounded snout which may have been used to make loud hooting sounds. It was scientifically named by Queensland Museum palaeontologists, Dr. Alan Bartholomai and Dr. Ralph Molnar, after the township near where it was found, and to honour the discoverer, grazier Doug Langdon.