Parasaurolophus Coloring Pages For Kids

Please enjoy our free printable Parasaurolophus coloring pages for kids. These free printable coloring sheets come in a PDF format and feature a wide range of Parasaurolophus pictures. They range from easy Parasaurolophus coloring pages for toddlers to more difficult Parasaurolophus pictures for older boys and girls. We hope they provide hours of coloring fun for your toddlers, kids, boys and girls! If you haven't found what you're looking for here, please check out our complete range of dinosaur colouring pages or fun parasaurolophus facts!

Parasaurolophus Hunted By Velociraptors Coloring Page
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Parasaurolophus Family Coloring Page
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Fun Parasaurolophus Fact #1

The name Parasaurolophus means ‘Like the Saurolophus’ or ‘Like the ridged lizard’. The Saurolophus was another dinosaur with a crest on its head, but the Saurolophus had a solid crest and the Parasaurolophus’s crest was hollow.

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Fun Parasaurolophus Fact #2

The most distinctive feature of the Parasaurolophus was the hornlike crest which curved backwards from the top of its head. The crest could grow to be 1.8 meters (6 foot) long which is the same size as a tall grown-up!

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Mummy & Baby Parasaurolophus Coloring Page
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Fun Parasaurolophus Fact #3

The Parasaurolophus’s crest was like a huge trumpet for communicating with its friends. With the crest a Parasaurolophus could have told other Parasaurolophus where to find food and warned them about predators, or even attracted mates.

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Parasaurolophus vs T-Rex Coloring Page
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Fun Parasaurolophus Fact #4

Parasaurolophus traveled together in large herds, like cows do today. Scientists have found fossils of the Parasaurolophus’s relatives together in groups, and this explains why Parasaurolophus developed its trumpet-like crest.

Parasaurolophus with Pterodactyls Flying By Coloring Page
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Parasaurolophus Running From Spinosaurus Coloring Page
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Fun Parasaurolophus Fact #5

Scientists think the Parasaurolophus could run at speeds up to 25 miles per hour (40 kilometers per hour). That’s the same speed as a Velociraptor and faster than the fastest Olympic sprinter.

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Fun Parasaurolophus Fact #6

A Parasaurolophus had long back legs and shorter legs at the front. The Parasaurolophus could walk on 4 legs when they were grazing the grass and then 2 legs when it was sprinting away from predators like the Albertosaurus.

Parasaurolophus vs Velociraptors Coloring Page
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Parasaurolophus Hunted By Tyrannosaurus Coloring Page
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Fun Parasaurolophus Fact #7

A grown-up Parasaurolophus could reach a length of 11 meters (36 feet) from the front of its head to the tip of its tail. That’s longer than 2 cars parked bumper-to-bumper.

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Fun Parasaurolophus Fact #8

A grown-up Parasaurolophus could weigh between 3,000 to 4,000 kilograms (3 to 4 tons), which is around the same weight as a big rhino or a hippo today.

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Fun Parasaurolophus Fact #9

The Parasaurolophus mostly ate leaves and pine needles. It was part of a group of plant-eating dinosaurs called duckbills, and used its beak to snip off pieces of ferns and other plants to eat.

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Fun Parasaurolophus Fact 10

The Parasaurolophus had more than 1,000 tiny teeth to grind up leaves for food. As their teeth were always being ground down, just like rabbits and squirrels today, the Parasaurolophus was constantly growing new teeth.

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