Adam Khor Moderator
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It's an articulate skeleton preserving the longest tail of any known ankylosaur, and the impressions of the keratinous scales that covered the osteoderms. It was originally known as "Dyoplosaurus giganteus".

http://app.pan.pl/archive/published/app57/app20110081_acc.pdf

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