|Lifespan||41 - 98|
|Medical Dart Resistance||82|
Unlocked by retrieving the fossil from one of the following dig sites:
|Dig Sites||Fossil Quality||Fossil Quantity||Locations||Duration||Cost|
|Horseshoe Canyon Formation||1||2||North America | Canada | Alberta||02:00||$60,000|
|Lance Formation||3||4||North America | USA | Wyoming||02:00||$75,000|
|Duration||01:30 - 01:40|
Edmontosaurus was a large hadrosaur (duck-billed dinosaur) that lived in the western regions of North America. Its name is derived from the location where it was found – Edmonton, in southern Alberta, Canada. It was a known prey of Tyrannosaurs, and unlike other hadrosaurs lacked the head crests.
The first identified species of fossil was discovered in 1892, in the Lance Formation of Niobrara County in Wyoming. It wasn't until the 1920s that they were correctly identified as a new genus.
Edmontosaurus existed over a wide range and for a long period of time (even by dinosaur standards!). They typically lived in wet conditions with plentiful vegetation, with a humid or tropical climate.