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Ceratopsid Collection

"Ceratopsids: Majestic Horned Dinosaurs of the Prehistoric World" Step into the ancient world where ceratopsids roamed

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Triceratops

Triceratops
The three-horned dinosaur which lived during the Upper Cretaceous period, 67 to 65 million years ago. It grew up to 9 metres in length and fossils have been discovered in USA

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Tyrannosaurus Rex eats the carrion of a dead Triceratops

Tyrannosaurus Rex eats the carrion of a dead Triceratops
A Tyrannosaurus Rex eats the carrion of a dead Triceratops in prehistoric wetlands

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: A herd of dinosaurs walk past a flying saucer lodged into the ground

A herd of dinosaurs walk past a flying saucer lodged into the ground
A herd of herbivorous ceratopsian dinosaurs from the Cretaceous Period, walk past a giant flying saucer lodged into the ground after a bad landing

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: A Rubeosaurus roams a prehistoric environment

A Rubeosaurus roams a prehistoric environment

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Dinosaurs

Dinosaurs
An illustration showing, Apatosaurus (formerly known as Brontosaurus), Tyrannosaurus, Triceratops and Euoplocephalus and Ornithomimosaurus

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Triceratop dinosaur skeleton C016 / 5928

Triceratop dinosaur skeleton C016 / 5928
Triceratops skeleton. Model skeleton of a Triceratops prorsus dinosaur. Photographed at the Natural History Museum, London, UK, in 1907

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Triceratops prorsus, chromolithograph, published in 1900

Triceratops prorsus, chromolithograph, published in 1900
Triceratops prorsus - an extinct genus of herbivorous ceratopsid dinosaur of the Cretaceous Period. Chromolithograph after a drawing by F. John, published in 1900

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Tyrannosaurus rex attacking an Einiosaurus dinosaur

Tyrannosaurus rex attacking an Einiosaurus dinosaur amongst onychiopsis and wollemia pine trees

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Triceratops skin detail

Triceratops skin detail
Detail of showing skin texture of an animated model of the dinosaur Triceratops created by Kokoro of Japan for the Natural History Museum, London (3/4 scale)

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Triceratops horn

Triceratops horn
Triceratops which lived during the Upper Cretaceous period, 67 to 65 million years ago had three horns. It grew up to 9 metres in length and fossils have been discovered in USA

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: A herd of Styracosaurus dinosaurs during Earths Cretaceous period

A herd of Styracosaurus dinosaurs during Earths Cretaceous period of modern day North America

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Styracosaurus dinosaurs confront a Tyrannosaurus Rex

Styracosaurus dinosaurs confront a Tyrannosaurus Rex
A herd of Styracosaurus dinosaurs confronting a carnivorous Tyrannosaurus Rex during the Cretaceous period

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Achelousaurus grazing in swamp

Achelousaurus grazing in swamp

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: A pair of Velociraptors attack a lone Protoceratops

A pair of Velociraptors attack a lone Protoceratops
A pair of carnivorous Velociraptors attacking a lone Protoceratops which stands no chance of surviving this deadly attack

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: An adult Pentaceratops compared to a modern adult White Rhinoceros

An adult Pentaceratops compared to a modern adult White Rhinoceros
An adult Pentaceratops from 75 million years ago is compared to a modern adult White Rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum). The Pentaceratops is 8 feet tall at the shoulder and weighs 13, 000 pounds

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Stegosaurus defending himself from T-Rex and some Utahraptors

Stegosaurus defending himself from T-Rex and some Utahraptors. In the background are some Torosaurus dinosaurs

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Pachyrhinosaurus dinosaur

Pachyrhinosaurus dinosaur, white background

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: A pack of carnivorous T-rex dinosaurs with their freshly killed Triceratops

A pack of carnivorous T-rex dinosaurs with their freshly killed Triceratops

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: A herd of Triceratops defend their territory against a pair of Tyrannosaurus Rex

A herd of Triceratops defend their territory against a pair of Tyrannosaurus Rex during the Cretaceous Period of North America

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: An adult Triceratops compared to a modern adult White Rhinoceros

An adult Triceratops compared to a modern adult White Rhinoceros
An adult Triceratops from 68 million years ago is compared to a modern adult White Rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum). The Triceratops is nearly 10 feet tall at the shoulder and weighs 25, 000 pounds

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Left to Right: Suchomimus, Argentinosaurus, Zuniceratops, Dicraeosaurus

Left to Right: Suchomimus, Argentinosaurus, Zuniceratops, Dicraeosaurus
From left to right: Suchomimus, Argentinosaurus, Zuniceratops, Dicraeosaurus

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: A Gorgosaurus libratus stands over the dead body of a Centrosaurus

A Gorgosaurus libratus stands over the dead body of a Centrosaurus

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Tyrannosaurus Rex fighting with two Triceratops

Tyrannosaurus Rex fighting with two Triceratops while trying to hunt them

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Reptoids ride on the backs of Quetzalcoatlus using telepathy

Reptoids ride on the backs of Quetzalcoatlus using telepathy
Using their telepathic link to communicate, female reptoid beings ride on the backs of the gigantic Quetzalcoatlus pterosaur

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Isisaurus dinosaurs, artwork

Isisaurus dinosaurs, artwork
Isisaurus dinosaurs. Computer artwork of a pair of leaf-eating Isisaurus colberti (previously Titanosaurus colberti) roaming lush plains in what is now central India

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Torosaurus latus and Monoclonius, extinct ceratopsid

Torosaurus latus and Monoclonius, extinct ceratopsid dinosaurs from the late Cretaceous.. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by F

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Triceratops prorsus Marsh, extinct genus of

Triceratops prorsus Marsh, extinct genus of
Triceratops prorsus Marsh. extinct genus of herbivorous ceratopsid dinosaur of the Cretaceous.. Colour printed (chromolithograph) illustration by F

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Illustration of predatory Tyrannosaurus Rex looking aggressively at herd of herbivorous ceratopsid

Illustration of predatory Tyrannosaurus Rex looking aggressively at herd of herbivorous ceratopsid Triceratops dinosaurs in distance oblivious to the danger

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: A reptoid using telepathy to communicate with a Albertaceratops dinosaur

A reptoid using telepathy to communicate with a Albertaceratops dinosaur

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Achelousaurus dinosaur, white background

Achelousaurus dinosaur, white background

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Protoceratops dinosaur

Protoceratops dinosaur, white background

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Bagaceratops dinosaur

Bagaceratops dinosaur
Bagaceratops is a ceratopsian dinosaur from the Cretaceous Period

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: A pair of Triceratops trapped in a deadly mud pit

A pair of Triceratops trapped in a deadly mud pit from Earths Cretaceous Period

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: A pair of male Pachyrhinosaurus sizing each other up

A pair of male Pachyrhinosaurus sizing each other up

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: A Velociraptor attacks a Protoceratops

A Velociraptor attacks a Protoceratops
A Velociraptor mongoliensis attacks a Protoceratops andrewsi

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Side view of a Centrosaurus dinosaur

Side view of a Centrosaurus dinosaur. Centrosaurus was a herbivorous ceratopsian dinosaur that lived in Canada during the Cretaceous Period

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: A pair of Torosaurus dinosaurs fight each other

A pair of Torosaurus dinosaurs fight each other
A pair of Torosaurus dinosaurs from the Cretaceous period battle it out to see which of them is worthy of fathering the next generation of their species

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: A herd of Albertaceratops grazing

A herd of Albertaceratops grazing on a Cretaceous landscape

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Triceratops roaming a tropical environment

Triceratops roaming a tropical environment

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Quetzalcoatlus reptiles fly over a herd of Einiosaurus dinosaurs

Quetzalcoatlus reptiles fly over a herd of Einiosaurus dinosaurs in the Cretaceous Period

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Herd of Xenoceratops foremostensis from the Cretaceous Period

Herd of Xenoceratops foremostensis from the Cretaceous Period
Herd of Xenoceratops foremostensis, ceratopsid dinosaurs known from the Late Cretaceous of Alberta, Canada

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: A mixed herd of dinosaurs migrate to greener pastures

A mixed herd of dinosaurs migrate to greener pastures
A mixed herd of dinosaurs including sauropods, Triceratopians, and duckbill dinosaurs, travel together as they migrate to greener pastures

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Daspletosaurus confronts a family of Chasmosaurus

Daspletosaurus confronts a family of Chasmosaurus. Daspletosaurus was a late Creteaceous (75 million years ago) Tyrannosaurid of North America

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Albertaceratops during their winter migration

Albertaceratops during their winter migration

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Coahuilaceratops dinosaur, side view

Coahuilaceratops dinosaur, side view. Coahuilaceratops was a ceratopsian herbivorous dinosaur that lived in the Cretaceous Period of Mexico

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Various dinosaurs of the Hell Creek Formation

Various dinosaurs of the Hell Creek Formation. Hell Creek Formation is a geologic formation spanning Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota and South Dakota

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: Triceratops in a prehistoric environment

Triceratops in a prehistoric environment

Background imageCeratopsid Collection: A pair of Torosaurus dinosaurs involved in a territorial dispute

A pair of Torosaurus dinosaurs involved in a territorial dispute



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"Ceratopsids: Majestic Horned Dinosaurs of the Prehistoric World" Step into the ancient world where ceratopsids roamed, ruling the land with their impressive horns and sturdy frames. Among them, the mighty Triceratops stood tall, its three-horned face a formidable defense against predators. Witness as a Tyrannosaurus Rex feasts on the carrion of a fallen Triceratops, showcasing nature's circle of life. In this prehistoric environment, another fascinating species emerges - Rubeosaurus. With its unique features and distinct frill patterns, it adds diversity to an already mesmerizing landscape. As you explore further, you stumble upon a herd of dinosaurs passing by an enigmatic sight - a flying saucer lodged into the ground. What secrets does it hold? Only time can tell. Delve deeper into history as you encounter Triceratop dinosaur skeleton C016 / 5928; its bones whisper tales from eons ago. Admire the chromolithograph published in 1900 capturing Triceratops prorsus in all its glory – truly a testament to our fascination with these magnificent creatures. But ceratopsids were not limited to just one genus; Torosaurus latus and Monoclonius also graced Earth before their extinction. Their presence reminds us of how diverse and vibrant our planet once was during those ancient times. Imagine standing amidst Styracosaurus dinosaurs during Earth's Cretaceous period – their elaborate frills and menacing spikes creating an awe-inspiring spectacle. Inevitably, they confront none other than the iconic Tyrannosaurus Rex itself – two titans locked in an epic battle for survival. Ceratopsids have left an indelible mark on our understanding of Earth's past. Through fossils like Triceratop horn or Marsh's extinct genus Triceratops prorsus, we continue to unravel the mysteries of these magnificent creatures.