Articles related to ceratopsians
Ceratopsians - The Horned, Frilled Dinosaurs - About.com
Among the most distinctive of all dinosaurs, ceratopsians (Greek for "horned faces") are also the most easily identified--even an eight-year-old can tell, just by ...
Ceratopsian Pictures - Dinosaurs - About.com
Ceratopsians--the horned, frilled dinosaurs--were some of the most common plant-eaters of the Cretaceous period. Here are pictures, illustrations and ...
How Dinosaurs Fought, and the Weapons They Used
As mentioned above, the fearsome-looking horns of ceratopsians like Triceratops may only have been secondarily used to warn away hungry tyrannosaurs.
10 Facts About Triceratops - Dinosaurs - About.com
Unbelievably, the skulls of other ceratopsians (such as Centrosaurus and Styracosaurus) were even bigger and more elaborate, most likely as a result of sexual ...
Titanoceratops - About.com Dinosaurs
Assuming its genus classification is widely accepted, the appropriately named Titanoceratops would have been one of the largest ceratopsians, potentially ...
Chasmosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
By the way, Chasmosaurus was one of the first ceratopsians ever to be discovered, by the famous paleontologist Lawrence M. Lambe in 1898 (the genus itself ...
Koreaceratops - About.com Dinosaurs
What makes Koreaceratops especially interesting is its broad tail, which--while not an unusual feature in other early ceratopsians--in this case has prompted ...
The 10 Smallest Dinosaurs
Not all dinosaurs were as big as houses--some were as small as wiener dogs, or even smaller. Here's a list of the 10 smallest dinosaurs, plus a few bite-sized ...
10 Facts About Protoceratops - Dinosaurs - About.com
In other words, Protoceratops was a mere flyspeck compared to multi-ton ceratopsians of the late Cretaceous period like Triceratops and Styracosaurus.
Auroraceratops - About.com Dinosaurs
Dating to the early Cretaceous period, about 125 million years ago, Auroraceratops was perched halfway between two distinct types of ceratopsians ( horned, ...