The Parasaurolophus(Pair-uh-soar-all-o-fuss) (near-crested lizard) Para or Parasaur is a species of hadrosaurid which lived in North America about 70.5 - 66.5 MYA in the Late Cretaceous Period in many geological sites like the Fruitland, Kaiparowits and Dinosaur Park Formations.
In game it is a medium sized, dark green Herbivore with white claws, a long red skull crest, red hump with stripes coming out of it, yellow eyes and dark red beak. It looks similar to that of the Corythosaurus.
The Classic Parasaurolophus is a medium sized, dark green Herbivore with white claws, a green skull crest and a green "ridge" along its back.
Unlike the Classic Corythosaurus, who was semi-aquatic when it was first added in, the Classic Para was completely terrestrial.
Parasaurolophus or more commonly called "Para" is a skin for the Parasaurolophus. It is black in color, with red spikes on its back and a red three crested over its nose. It has two small white spikes and teeth sticking out of its mouth. Its front arms are lengthened in size, with a sharp blade on its tail which splits into two tails.
- In terms of appearance, this design is quite similar to that of the Rakemother Brachiosaurus.