Largest hadrosaurid skeleton on display
Shangtungosaurus giganteus (Zhucheng Dinosaur Museum)
China (Zhucheng)
Hadrosaurids are colloquially known as duck-billed dinosaurs on account of their distinctive jaws, broad and flat in shape, which superficially resemble the bills of ducks. The largest hadrosaurid specimen on display is a specimen of Shangtungosaurus giganteus (aka Zhuchengosaurus maximus), which is housed at Zhucheng Dinosaur Museum in China's Shandong Province. Its skeleton measures 16.6 m (54 ft 5.54 in) from the tip of its beak to the end of its tail, and stands 9.1 m (29 ft 10.27 in) tall. The achievement was verified on 18 August 2014.