“That’s a herbivore. Nasutoceratops.”
– Kadasha talking about the Nasutoceratops to her family.
Nasutoceratops is an extinct genus of centrosaurine ceratopsian dinosaur found in Utah, USA during the Late Cretaceous period around 77-75 million years ago.
It had a short yet thick snout and large horns above its eyes that extended almost to the end of its beak-like mouth. The horns are the longest brow-horns of all members of the centrosaurine sub-family but rather than growing straight out their horns would grow to the side and then out, similar to a bull’s horns.
It shared its habitat with Parasaurolophus, Ornithomimus, and Teratophoneus, a six-meter long tyrannosaur related to Albertosaurus, which may had been a massive threat to it.
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Large-nosed horned face
5 metres (16 feet)