An open letter to the devs:
Guys, while I like the direction the game is heading in regards to introducing new dinosaurs to the game, my rampant OCD is throwing a fit where your description of Edmontoguanodon is concerned.
In the description, you say it’s a combination of two different hadrosaur species, which is not the case. While Edmontosaurus was a hadrosaur, Iguanodon most certainly wasn’t. I won’t go into all the reasons why, except for two - while the Iguanodontids (Iguanodon and Tenontosaurus in game) were Ornithischian dinosaurs, similar in a few physical aspects to hadrosaurs, no hadrosaur ever possessed a defensive thumb spike. That was purely an adaptation of the Iguanodontids.
They also both lived in areas that were climatologically separate. Hadrosaurs have typically been found in locations that border what was once the coastal lowlands of the Western Inland Sea, while Iguanodon and his kind seemed to favor cooler, dryer temperate zones in general (there were a couple of iguanodontids that I can think of which lived in other climate zones, but by and large they weren’t as widespread as the hadrosaurs).
Hope this clarifies things a bit, and the error can be changed. I didn’t want to just jump in and have you guys thinking that I was spouting this data with nothing to back it up.