Pink Lambeosaurus by David Tana
22 – Lambeosaurus lambei - this hadrosaurid with the hatchet-like crest would have easily distinguished itself from other lambeosaurines that shared its Late Cretaceous North American world (~76-75 mya). Many have suggested that the mostly hollow crest acted as a resonating chamber for making distinct sounds that, along with the visual cue, would help distinguish them from other hadrosaurines. The reference for this cranial restoration is a skull on display at the American Museum of Natural History in New York. Pen and color pencil on paper.
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