Parasaurolophus (SciiFii)
Parasaurolophus californii (name meaning "California near crested lizard") is a species of herbivorous ornithopod dinosaur that originally lived in what is now North America and possibly Asia during the Late Cretaceous Period, about 76.5–73 million years ago and was once extinct, but has since been brought back from extinction by SciiFii and now lives in the Cretaceous Safari tour in Cretaceous Park located at Sacramento, California.

Parasaurolophus californii is a herbivore, mainly feeding on fruits, leaves, cycads, ferns, and horsetails, that walks both as a biped and as a quadruped. It is a hadrosaurid, part of a diverse family of Cretaceous dinosaurs known for their range of bizarre head adornments. This species is known for its large, elaborate cranial crest, which at its largest forms a long curved tube projecting upwards and back from the skull. Charonosaurus from China, which may be its closest relative, has a similar skull and a similar crest. Its crest is used for visual recognition of both species and sex, acoustic resonance, and thermoregulation. It is a herd-dwelling animal and lives in groups up to about 19 at a time.

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