Amurosaurus is an extinct genus of hadrosaur ornithopod, which lived in the late Cretaceous period, approximately 66 million years ago, in the Maastrichtian, in what today is Asia. Its remains were found in the Amur Region in the Asian portion of Russia. This duck-billed dinosaur is the best-known dinosaur in Russia. It is known for a large number of specimens, most of them juveniles, that accumulated on the banks of a river.

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In the Jurassic Park franchise

Amber samples of Amurosaurus DNA along with many other animals can be seen in the Hammond Creation Lab in the Jurassic World: The Exibition sample.

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