Achelousaurus

Achelousaurus (commonly pronounced s, though s might be a better reflection of the butchered etymology; `Achelous`s lizard`) is a genus of centrosaurine ceratopsid dinosaurs from the Late Cretaceous Period of what is now North America, dated to 74.2 million years ago. They were quadrupedal herbivores with parrot-like beaks, rough bosses (raised......
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Achelousaurus

Achelousaurus, Achelosaurus An “Achelous lizard” from Late Cretaceous North America (Montana). It was named after the Greek, Akheloos, a mythical river god who could change shape at will. He transformed himself into a bull to fight Hercules, who defeated Achelous by tearing off one of his horns. The name alludes to the way a large hornles...
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