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ଉତ୍ତର ଆମେରିକୀୟ ଡାଇନୋସର ଗୁଡ଼ିକର ତାଲିକା This is a list of dinosaurs whose remains have been recovered from North America. North America has a rich dinosaur fossil record with great diversity of dinosaurs. This may not mean the dinosaurs were more diverse or abundant; it may be simply because substantial resources have been devoted to the North American fossil record.
ଉତ୍ତର ଆମେରିକୀୟ ଡାଇନୋସର ଗୁଡ଼ିକର ତାଲିକା Finally, the Late Cretaceous Period, the greatest abundance and diversity of dinosaurs of all time lived in North America. During the early part of the Late Cretaceous, the therizinosaur "Nothronychus" and the ceratopsian "Zuniceratops" lived. During the Campanian stage of the Late Cretaceous, an enormous diversity of dinosaurs is known. Theropods included the tyrannosaurs "Albertosaurus", "Gorgosaurus", "Daspletosaurus", "Teratophoneus", "Bistahieversor",and "Appalachiosaurus", and the dromaeosaurids "Dromaeosaurus", "Saurornitholestes", "Atrociraptor", and "Bambiraptor". Ceratopsians, such as "Pachyrhinosaurus", "Styracosaurus", "Centrosaurus" "Monoclonius", "Brachyceratops", "Pentaceratops", and "Leptoceratops" also existed. Among hadrosaurs," Hypacrosaurus, Gryposaurus, Kritosaurus, Parasaurolophus", "Corythosaurus", "Lambeosaurus", "Saurolophus", and "Prosaurolophus" existed. During the latest Cretaceous, the Maastrichtian age, the diversity of dinosaurs wasn't as great as the preceding Campanian stage. North American herbivorous dinosaurs from this time period include the titanosaur sauropod "Alamosaurus", the ceratopsians "Triceratops" and "Torosaurus", the pachycephalosaurs "Pachycephalosaurus", "Stygimoloch", "Dracorex", and "Stegoceras", and the hadrosaur "Edmontosaurus". Predatory dinosaurs from this time period included the tyrannosaurids "Tyrannosaurus," Dryptosaurus', and "Nanotyrannus" (which may just be a juvenile of the former), and the troodontid "Troodon".