Rhabdodon modernus (name meaning "modern fluted tooth") is a species of medium-sized bipedal ornithopod dinosaur that originally lived in Europe approximately 70–66 million years ago in the Late Cretaceous and was once extinct, but has since been brought back from extinction by SciiFii and now lives in Cretaceous Safari located at Cretaceous Park. It can grow up to about 6 metres (18–20 feet). It is similar in build to a very robust "hypsilophodont" (non-iguanodont ornithopod), though all modern phylogenetic analyses find this ("Hypsilophodontia/tidae") to be an unnatural grouping, and Rhabdodon to be a basal member of Iguanodontia. It is a social herd-dwelling animal that lives in groups up to about 13 in a single group, it is very alert in case there's danger nearby. It mainly feeds on roots, tubers, bulbs, leaves, fruits, cycads, ferns, and horsetails.
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