Avaceratops

(pronounced AY-vuh-SUR-uh-tops) Avaceratops was a small, horned, frilled ceratopsian dinosaur about 7-14 feet (2-4 m) long, weighing roughly 1200 kg. It was a beaked plant-eater from Montana during the late Cretaceous period, about 77 million-73 million years ago. It was named by Canadian paleontologist Peter Dodson in 1986. It is known from partia...
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Avaceratops

Avaceratops was a dinosaur of the Cretaceous Period. The remains of an
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Avaceratops

Avaceratops is a genus of small herbivorous ceratopsian dinosaurs which lived during the late Campanian during the Late Cretaceous Period in what are now the Northwest United States. ==Discoveries and species== The first remains of Avaceratops were found by fossil dealer Eddie Cole in the Judith River Formation of Montana, in 1981, on land of the ...
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