Arrhinoceratops

(pronounced aye-RYE-no-SER-uh-tops) Arrhinoceratops (meaning 'without nose-horn face') was a ceratopsian dinosaur about 20 feet (6 m) long, weighing roughly 3540 kg. It was a frilled, horned, plant-eater from the late Cretaceous period, about 72 million-68 million years ago. It is known from a skull found in Alberta, Canada. It was named by paleont
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Arrhinoceratops

Arrhinoceratops (meaning `no nose-horn face`, derived from the Ancient Greek `a-/α-` `no`, rhis/ῥίς `nose` `keras/κέρας` `horn`, `-ops/ὤψ` `face`) is a genus of herbivorous ceratopsian dinosaur. The name was coined as its original describer concluded it was special because the nose-horn was not a separate bone, however...
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