Rhabdodon (meaning "fluted tooth") is a genus of ornithopod dinosaur that lived in Europe approximately 70–66 million years ago in the Late Cretaceous. It is similar in build to a very robust "hypsilophodont" (non-iguanodont ornithopod), though all modern phylogenetic analyses find this ("Hypsilophodontia/tidae") to be an unnatural grouping, and Rhabdodon to be a basal member of Iguanodontia.
In Dinosaur PlanetEdit
The Rhabdodon is first seen being hunted by a pack of Dwarf Dromaeosaurs, with the pack successfully killing it. They later appear with two males battling for dominance over the herd, with the challenger being killed by the defending male.