Corythosaurus is a herd dweller and moves in large groups in a constant search for food. Living in herds offers a degree of protection from predators, which is why so many plant-eaters live in herds. The best place to spot Corythosaurus is near swamps or shorelines because their limbs make moving around this kind of environment relatively easy, and more difficult for predators.
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Period Late Cretaceous Where found Canada USA
Height 4 metres 03-2 eet
Length 10 metres (33 feet)
Weight 4,500 kilograms (5 tons)
Special features Crest
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