Spot the difference

If group living is the norm, then these dinosaurs' crests become all the more important. Palaeontologists believe that they may be used to generate noise; however, the shape is equally important. Each species has a different-shaped crest, which is a great visual pointer for where the rest of a particular dinosaur herd happens to be - very handy if you're on the move most of the time.

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With its beaky mouth and large eyes, Leaellynasaura looks like many plant-eating dinosaurs. What makes this dinosaur slightly unusual is that it comes from Australia.

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