1. Education

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
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.
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 ...
How Was Triceratops Discovered? - Dinosaurs - About.com
Sadly for his legacy, he tentatively decided that it was a hadrosaur; if he had guessed correctly, we might today be referring to ceratopsians as "agathaumids!".
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 ...
Ten Smallest Dinosaurs List (by Type) - About.com
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 ...
1  |  2  |  3  |  4  |  5  |  6  |  7  |  8  |  9  |  10      Next

©2014 About.com. All rights reserved.