This video from the USA is called Hadrosaur vertebrae found in 1992 and my work on them.
Translated rom Dutch daily NRC:
Drifting dead body in the sea of Maastricht
In our country, mainly covered with clay, they were not expected: dinosaur remains. However, by now about two dozen bones have been found. And a hadrosaur reconstruction relating to those finds has been made.
For the first time ever, a Dutch dinosaur has been reconstructed. The beast, about the size of an Indian elephant, belongs to the hadrosaurs: duck-billed animals, with over a thousand (reserve) teeth and with crests on their heads.
The Natuurhistorisch Museum Maastricht is exhibiting the hadrosaur, and palaeontologist Anne Schulp wrote a little book about it.
Schulp thinks that those [26 Dutch dinosaur] remains, except in one case, belong to one or two sizable hadrosaur species.
A hadrosaur, found close to the Chinese-Russian border river Amur (an amurosaurus), is at the base of the reconstruction. A Dutch piece of femur, according to Schulp, ‘looks exactly like’ the amurosaurus femur.
Dinosaur names: here.
Scientists find first dinosaur tracks on Arabian Peninsula: here.