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Pachycephalosaurs - The Bone-Headed Dinosaurs
Pachycephalosaurs (Greek for "thick-headed lizards") were an unusually small family of dinosaurs with an unusually high entertainment value. As you can guess  ...
Pachycephalosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
About Pachycephalosaurus: As befits a dinosaur named after its massive skull-- which was 10 inches thick on the front and forward side of its head--most of what  ...
Pachycephalosaur Pictures - Dinosaurs - About.com
Pachycephalosaurs--the "bone-headed lizards"--all had unusually thick skulls. Here are pictures, illustrations and photographs of pachycephalosaur dinosaurs  ...
Micropachycephalosaurus - About.com Dinosaurs
That translates into "tiny thick-headed lizard," and fittingly, Micropachycephalosaurus is the smallest of all the known pachycephalosaurs ( otherwise known as ...
Pachycephalosaurus Picture - Dinosaurs - About.com
Pachycephalosaurus has given its name to an entire breed of boneheaded dinosaurs, the pachycephalosaurs, other famous examples of which include ...
Stygimoloch Picture - Dinosaurs - About.com
What paleontologists call Stygimoloch may in fact have been a juvenile Pachycephalosaurus, and the same reasoning may apply to another famous ...
Stygimoloch - About.com Dinosaurs
A type of pachycephalosaur, or bone-headed dinosaur, this plant-eater was actually fairly lightweight, about the size of a fully grown human being. The reason ...
Colepiocephale Picture - Dinosaurs - About.com
In true Three Stooges style, Coleopiocephale is Greek for "knucklehead," as befits your typical pachycephalosaur (or bone-headed dinosaur) of the late ...
Dracorex Hogwartsia - About.com Dinosaurs
The full name of this pachycephalosaur, or bone-headed dinosaur, is Dracorex hogwartsia (Dragon King of Hogwarts), and as you might have guessed, there's a  ...
The Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Animals of New Mexico
New Mexico was home to at least two important pachycephalosaur genera, Stegoceras and Sphaerotholus (which may turn out to have been a species of yet a ...
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