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Torosaurus - Wikipedia // Figure 8. Comparison of the size of Torosaurus latus specimens. A, YPM 1831, a subadult, skull length >2.6 m, and B, ANSP 15192, an early adult, skull length 1.8 m. The rostrum of YPM 1831 is reconstructed and would probably have been slightly longer, as in ANSP 15192.

Triceratops, Torosaurus Two Different Species Of Horned Dinosaur, Skull Fossil Researcher Says

Huge Ceratopsian skull (Harding County, South Dakota)

Potential new type of horned dinosaur fossil skull. Closely related to Triceratops horridus, but it may be a new species.

The fossil of a dinosaur has been discovered on a Canadian riverbank, where it had been entombed for 68 million years, and it is “one of the most unusual horned dinosaurs ever discovered.” The scientists have described it as one of…

'Hellboy,' a New Dinosaur Species Found That's 68 Million Years Old

Peter Hews poses with the unique dinosaur skull called Hellboy, which is now on display at the Royal Tyrrell Museum in Alberta.

Eotriceratops has one of the largest skull of any ceratopsian (horned dinosaur) known. It belongs to the same family as Triceratops, but lived earlier in time, about 68 million years ago.

Eotriceratops has one of the largest skulls of any ceratopsian (horned dinosaur) known. It belongs to the same family as Triceratops, but lived earlier in time, about 68 million years ago.

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Guest Post: presenting Diabloceratops eatoni

Diabloceratops is a genus of herbivorous dinosaur in the infraorder Ceratopsia. It lived in and around Utah during the Campanian stage of the Wahweap Formation.

Diabloceratops head on. Image courtesy Jim Kirkland.

Guest Post: presenting Diabloceratops eatoni

Spinosaurus--These dinosaurs were possibly the largest of all carnivorous dinos, maybe even larger than Tyrannosaurus and Gigantosaurus.

Spinosaurus - Bigger than T. Rex, and Every Bit as Nasty

Spinosaurus--These dinosaurs were possibly the largest of all carnivorous dinos, maybe even larger than Tyrannosaurus and Gigantosaurus

65 million years ago. Dino eggs.

Fossilized unhatched raptor eggs, plus more dinosaur egg photos!

Herrerasaurus was one of the earliest dinosaurs. Its name means "Herrera's lizard", after Victorino Herrera, a goatherd who discovered the first specimen. All known fossils of Herrerasaurus have been discovered in northwestern Argentina in rocks dated to 231.4 million years ago. It was a lightly built bipedal carnivore with a long tail and a relatively small head. Its length is estimated at 3–6 meters (10–20 ft) and it may have weighed around 210–350 kilograms (463–772 lb).

Herrerasaurus was one of the earliest dinosaurs. All known specimens of this carnivore have been discovered in rocks of late Ladinian age (middle Triassic according to the ICS, dated to million years ago) in northwestern Argentina

Diabloceratops is my favorite dinosaur. It's name means Devil Horned Head. Discovered in southern Utah in 2002.

Diabloceratops [dee-ab-lo-ser-a-tops] is an extinct genus of centrosaurine ceratopsian dinosaur that lived approximately 79 million years ago during the latter part of the Cretaceous Period in what is now Utah, in the United States

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