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Ceratopsians - The Horned, Frilled Dinosaurs
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
Pictures, illustrations and photographs of ceratopsian dinosaurs, ranging from Centrosaurus to Zuniceratops.
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 ...
10 Facts About Triceratops - Dinosaurs - About.com
It's impossible to mistake Triceratops for any other dinosaur--but very possible to hold some mistaken notions about this ancient ceratopsian. Here are 10 things ...
Chasmosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
This ceratopsian dinosaur came with its own awning.
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.
Titanoceratops - About.com Dinosaurs
Considering how much we have yet to learn about the "growth stages" of ceratopsian dinosaurs--witness the recent announcement that Torosaurus may actually ...
Pachyrhinosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
Pachyrhinosaurus was a ceratopsian, the family of horned, frilled dinosaurs (the most famous examples of which were Triceratops and Pentaceratops) that ...
10 Facts About Protoceratops - Dinosaurs - About.com
Protoceratops was a small, inoffensive ceratopsian, famous for being on the lunch menu of the larger theropods of the late Cretaceous period. Here are 10 facts ...
The 10 Smallest Dinosaurs
Microceratops (also known as Microceratus), the smallest of all the ceratopsian (" horn-faced") dinosaurs, was only about a foot and a half high and weighed all ...
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