Ceratopsidae - Wikipedia

Ceratopsidae (sometimes spelled Ceratopidae) is a family of marginocephalian dinosaurs including Triceratops, Centrosaurus, and Styracosaurus. All known species were quadrupedal herbivores from the Upper Cretaceous, mainly of Western North America (though Sinoceratops is known from Asia as well as possible fossils in Japan, and Kazakhstan.
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Ceratopsidae - Wikipedia

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10 Spectacular Horned Dinosaurs - Listverse This ceratopsian had strangely curved horns on its frill. It was about seven meters long and was, at first, mistaken for another kind of dinosaur, Albertaceratops, so it was not named until 2010.

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Horn Clan Dinosaur - Dinomaster Horn Clan Dinosaur - Dinomaster #Dinosaur #Dinomaster.

Ceratopsidae - Wikipedia

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Ceratosaurus Jurassic Park wiki FANDOM powered by Wikia Ceratosaurus was named for the single horn on its snout. It was probably more of a scavenger, but may have also hunted aquatic prey. Wikipedia has a more detailed and comprehensive article on Ceratosaurus

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Really Weird Dinosaurs::Styracosaurus albertensisi It had six long horns extending from its neck frill, a smaller horn above each of its eyes, and a single horn protruding from its nose at 60 centimeters (2 feet) long and 15 centimeters (6 inches) wide. It was a large dinosaur, reaching lengths of 5 meters (18 feet) and weighing as much as 3 tons. It stood about 1.8 meters (6 feet) tall.

Ceratopsidae - Wikipedia

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The Horned Dinosaurs AMNH All of the dinosaurs displayed on this wall are 'ceratopsian,' or 'horned-face,' dinosaurs. The most famous ceratopsian is Triceratops, with its three horns.

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Styracosaurus Dinosaur Simulator Wikia FANDOM powered. The Styracosaurus is a ceratopsian dinosaur. These medium-sized dinosaurs have four legs and are often characterized by having horns on their faces (Ceratopsian is Greek for “horned faces”), as well as large beaks.

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Triceratops Single Horn - Dinosaur Corporation Triceratops Horn. Dinosaur horn fossil replica. From the massive 3-horned quadruped plant eater of the late Cretaceous North America. 67-65 MYA.

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Ceratopsians - The Horned, Frilled Dinosaurs - ThoughtCo Paleontologists divide the horned, frilled dinosaurs of the late Cretaceous period into two families. 'Chasmosaurine' ceratopsians, typified by Chasmosaurus , had relatively long brow horns and large frills, while 'centrosaurine' ceratopsians, typified by Centrosaurus , possessed shorter brow horns and smaller frills, often with large, ornate spines projecting from the top.

Ceratopsidae - Wikipedia

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Monoclonius - Wikipedia Monoclonius (meaning 'single sprout') is a dubious genus of herbivorous ceratopsian dinosaur found in the Late Cretaceous layers of the Judith River Formation in Montana, United States, and the uppermost rock layers of the Dinosaur Park Formation in Alberta, Canada dated to between 75 and 74.6 million years ago.