Name: Olorotitan arharensis
Etymology: From the Latin 'olor' (swan) and the Greek 'titan' (giant); and after the area of Arhara, where the holotype was discovered
Distribution: Late Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) of Far Eastern Russia
Type Specimen: Partial skeleton
Estimated size: 12 metres in length, and 2.54 tonnes based on femur length (PBDB, n.d.)
First described by: Godefroit et al., 2003
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"This is the most complete dinosaur skeleton ever discovered in Russia and, with its finely preserved supracranial crest, the most complete lambeosaurine outside North America."
– Godefroit et al. (2003, pp 1)
Godefroit, P., Bolotsky, Y., Alifanov, V. 2003. A remarkable hollow-crested hadrosaur from Russia: an Asian origin for lambeosaurines. Comptes Rendus Palevol 2:143-151
Godefroit, P., Bolotsky, Y., Bolotsky, I. Y. 2012. Osteology and Relationships of Olorotitan arharensis, A Hollow-Crested Hadrosaurid Dinosaur from the Latest Cretaceous of Far Eastern Russia. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica. 57(3): 527-560
PBDB, n.d. Olorotitan arharensis Godefroit et al. 2003 (lambeosurine). From the Paleobiology Database. Accessed 03/02/2013. URL: http://paleodb.org/cgi-bin/bridge.pl?a=checkTaxonInfo&taxon_no=72095&is_real_ user=1 and http://paleodb.org/cgi-bin/bridge.pl?a=checkTaxonInfo&taxon_no=72095&is_real_user=1