Facts[edit | edit source]
This dinosaur was a nodosaur, like the Polacanthus from WWD series (1999), but at 7 meters in length it was much larger. It also lived much later than the Polacanthus did, but just like its earlier cousins, Edmontonia had a broad back covered in armor and a wicked array of huge spikes sticking outwards, forwards and slightly downwards from the shoulders (see the picture).
Edmontonia also had a long tail and a long and narrow snout to better graze on the low-growing vegetation that it ate.
In Walking with... series[edit | edit source]
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Appearences in Other Meida[edit | edit source]
March of the Dinosaurs[edit | edit source]
Read more at the March of the Dinosaurs Wiki
Jurassic Park[edit | edit source]
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Trivia[edit | edit source]
- In WWD: 3-D companion book Edmontonia is incorrectly named Ankylosaurus.
- The reason why it is only called "Ankylosaur" in WWD3D related media was to avoid confusion with the similarly named Edmontosaurus.