These are some really strange critters. Although well documented, most are rarely mentioned in popular literature. Cryolophosaurus ellioti is a good example. It had a bizarre crest running across its head. Due to its resemblance to Elvis Presley’s 1950’s pompadour hairstyle, it was nicknamed the “Elvisaurus.” The paleontologist who described the ugly Majungatholus atopus, said, “It’s the kind of face that only a mother could love.” The weird Masiakasaurus knofleri had forward-facing teeth, jutting out from its lower jaw; it really needed a good orthodontist. Stygimoloch spinifer sported bony spikes on its head. Tsintaosaurus spinorhinus had a horn protruding from its forehead, resulting in it being called, “the Unicorn Dinosaur.” Plus there are nine more bizarre creatures.
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