(pronounced BREV-eh-SER-ah-tops) Breviceratops (short-horned face) was a ceratopsian dinosaur (a frilled, quadrupedal plant-eater with a short snout horn) from the late Cretaceous period . Fossils (five skulls and some skeletal material) were found in Mongolia. It was named by paleontolgist Zurzanof in 1975. The type species is B. kozlowskii.
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Breviceratops (meaning `short horn face`) was a ceratopsian dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous of Mongolia. The fossils come from the Khulsan locality in the Nemegt Basin, Gobi Desert. The specimens were originally described by Maryanska and Osmolska in 1975 and placed in Protoceratops. They were then moved to the a genus, Breviceratops, by Kurza..
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