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Einiosaurus bone map, highlighting skull, by Michelle Leveille

Einiosaurus bone map, highlighting skull, by Michelle Leveille

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 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.

NYC - Manhattan - American Museum of Natural History - Ornithischian Dinosaurs - Chasmosaurus Skulls by jrozwado, via Flickr

NYC - Manhattan - American Museum of Natural History - Ornithischian Dinosaurs - Chasmosaurus Skulls by jrozwado, via Flickr

Triceratop /by Zachi Evenor, via Flickr/ Triceratops טריצרטופס, three-horned face, a Ceratopsid dinosaur from Late Cretaceous, North America. Skull photo by Zachi Evenor, skeleton photo by ceasol, processing by MathKnight, Wikipedia Links: www.flickr.com/photos/ceasol/2482666296/ commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Triceratops-0060-skull-an... he.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triceratops

Triceratop /by Zachi Evenor, via Flickr/ Triceratops טריצרטופס, three-horned face, a Ceratopsid dinosaur from Late Cretaceous, North America. Skull photo by Zachi Evenor, skeleton photo by ceasol, processing by MathKnight, Wikipedia Links: www.flickr.com/photos/ceasol/2482666296/ commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Triceratops-0060-skull-an... he.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triceratops

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