Parasaurolophus.
I don’t think i’ve even made a post about these yet? Even though they’re my favourite dinosaurs…

Males and females had different sized crests, meaning obvious sexual dimorphism in appearance- and possibly also in voice, if their crests were indeed used to amplify sounds. They would have lived in swampy, forested areas, feeding on water plants and tough vegetation which was processed with their extremely efficient tooth batteries.

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    Luv these babiiiies
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    And here’s my favorite herbivore. :3
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