“Right. The Sinoceratops. A herbivore that shares many traits with its more famous cousin, the Triceratops. This is a docile animal that you could make into a solid favorite with a little effort. Of course, we’re all expecting more than a “little effort” but, I’m sure you get what I mean.”
– Isaac Clement
Sinoceratops is a very significant centrosaur because not only it is the first ceratopsid to be ever discovered in China, but it is also one of the largest centrosaurines ever discovered. It lived alongside Shantungosaurus, Zhuchengtyrannus, and Zhuchengceratops.
Like most centrosaurs, Sinoceratops had a single nasal horn and no horns above its eyebrows. However, what distinguishes this ceratopsian is its frill pattern, which is a series of forward-curving frill horns that run around the top of the frill. There is also a series of low set knobs on the top of the frill, which is not seen in any other known ceratopsian.
Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous Sinoceratops Roar Strikers Action Figure DNA Scan Code.
Chinese horn face
3 meters (10 feet)
6 meters (20 feet)