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Pachycephalosaurs - The Bone-Headed Dinosaurs
... with unusually thick skulls. Here's a look at current thinking about pachycephalosaurs ("thick-headed lizards"), as well as profiles of the most important genera.
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Pachycephalosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
This dinosaur has given its name to an entire breed of odd-looking boneheads, the pachycephalosaurs, other famous examples of which include Dracorex ...
http://dinosaurs.about.com/od/herbivorousdinosaurs/p/pachycephalo.htm
Dinosaurs Came in All Shapes and Sizes - About.com
It's believed that pachycephalosaurs like Stegoceras and Colepiocephale (Greek for "knucklehead") used their thick noggins to battle each other for dominance ...
http://dinosaurs.about.com/od/dinosaurbasics/ss/The-15-Main-Dinosaur-Types_11.htm
How Dinosaurs Fought, and the Weapons They Used
This peculiar weapon was unique to a family of dinosaurs known as pachycephalosaurs ("thick-headed lizards"). Pachycephalosaurs like Stegoceras and ...
http://dinosaurs.about.com/od/dailylifeofadinosaur/a/dinocombat_3.htm
Texacephale - About.com Dinosaurs
Texacephale ("Texas head") is the latest example of the odd breed of dinosaurs known as pachycephalosaurs, or "thick-headed lizards"--males of which ...
http://dinosaurs.about.com/od/herbivorousdinosaurs/p/texacephale.htm
Alaskacephale - About.com Dinosaurs
One of the newer pachycephalosaurs (bone-headed dinosaurs) on the block, Alaskacephale was named in 2006 after the state of the U.S. where its incomplete ...
http://dinosaurs.about.com/od/herbivorousdinosaurs/p/alaskacephale.htm
Stygimoloch - About.com Dinosaurs
Why did Stygimoloch have such prominent horns? As with other pachycephalosaurs, it's thought that this was a sexual adaptation--males of the species ...
http://dinosaurs.about.com/od/herbivorousdinosaurs/p/stygimoloch.htm
Tylocephale Picture - Dinosaurs - About.com
Pachycephalosaurs, or bone-headed dinosaurs--of which Tylocephale is a notable example--are believed to have evolved in either North America or Eurasia, ...
http://dinosaurs.about.com/od/dinosaurpictures/ig/Pachycephalosaur-Pictures/Tylocephale.htm
The Classification of Ornithischian Dinosaurs - About.com
Infraorder: Pachycephalosauria The name of this infraorder means "thick-headed ," and that's not an exaggeration: pachycephalosaurs were characterized by ...
http://dinosaurs.about.com/od/dinosaurevolution/a/dinoclassified_3.htm
The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of New Mexico
Pachycephalosaurs ("thick-headed lizards") were bizarre, two-legged, ornithischian dinosaurs possessing thicker-than-usual skulls, which males used to ...
http://dinosaurs.about.com/od/Dinosaurs-by-State/tp/The-Dinosaurs-And-Prehistoric-Animals-Of-New-Mexico.htm
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