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You would think the Utahceratops was a hybrid between the utahraptor and triceratops but no! It’s simply a ceratopsian from Utah. The Utahceratops is from the sub-family called Chasmosaurinae which includes many of the large ceratopsians such as kosmoceratops, styracosaurs and chasmosaurus. This dinosaur probably lived 85-65 million years ago around the time that Huehuecanauhtlus, but because it lived in Utah it would never get a glimpse of the Huehuecanauhtlus. Here are some additional facts: It is a herbivore, it’s name means horned face from Utah, at first the paleontologist that discovered the Utahceratops thought it was a kosmotoceratops, but years later it was announced a new discovery. Next please take an important survey about the powerful Utahceratops
The photo above shows a clash between two Utahceratops. From the image which Utahceratops would win the match? Explain why you picked the Utahceratops you did in the comments.
- Utahceratops A
- Utahceratops B
Season two of Dinosaurs Global is coming to a close but here are some beautiful recreations of the dinosaurs mentioned in the series. Made by Cheeseeater, Dinoboy, Snake_Dude, and me!