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Edmontonia, dinosaurian dreadnought of the Late Cretaceous. The side-view hides how ridiculously wide and flat-topped the animal is, and also downplays the giant sets of double shoulder spikes that protrude at close to a 45 degree angle. You very much would not want to meet the business end of an Edmontonia in a dark alley...or even a well lit one.
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I should point out that the Euoplocephalus skeletal linked above is a chimera; it is a Scolosaurus body with a Euoplocephalus head and an Anodontosaurus tail club. All of them were considered synonymous when the skeletal was drawn though.