Articles related to pachycephalosaurs
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.
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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, ...
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 ...
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 ...