Gryposaurus is similar to Kritosaurus, and for many years was regarded as the same genus. It is known from numerous skulls, some skeletons, and even some skin impressions that show it to have had pyramidal scales pointing out along the midline of the back. It is most easily distinguished from other duckbills by its narrow arching nasal hump, sometimes described as similar to a "Roman nose, and which may have been used for species or sexual identification, and/or combat with individuals of the same species. It was a large bipedal/quadrupedal herbivore around 9 meters long (30 ft), it may have preferred river settings. (from Wikipedia)
27.5 inches long
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