DescriptionA replica of the species paratype. The original specimen, excavated in 1973 by the Ligabue Expedition in the Niger desert, in on display at the Natural History Museum in Venice, Italy. Assembled and mounted in 1975 by technicians from the Paris Natural History Museum, the skeleton was completely restored in the year 2000. Though only two specimens of the species have been found, the Ouranosaurus is a very familiar figure in dinosaur litterature, immedialety identifiable by its dorsal sail, supported by vertebra apophysis.
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