Corythosaurus is a member of the group of duck-billed dinosaurs called hadrosaurs, which walked and ran on their two hind legs. The species’ strange skull is capped by a crescent-shaped helmet that contains extended tubes, which formed elaborate nasal passages.
Collected in 1912 in Alberta, Canada, this Corythosaurus is among the finest dinosaur specimens ever found. The preservation of fossilized skin impressions and a meshwork of calcified tendons that stiffened the tall vertebrae make it a rare find.
Banguela. The great old winged god, toothless ruler of the skies. It soars gracefully above the earth, above the ocean, above the realm of the spinosaurids, higher than anything else. Its magnificent crest and slender jaws gleam in the sunlight, high in the air, its pycnofibres rustling in the coastal winds. This is the realm of Banguela. This - oh wait.