Paleobiogeography And Evolutionary History Of Marginocephalia

FIGURE 13.8 Cast of skull for the Late Cretaceous neoceratopsian (and ceratopsid) Torosaurus latus, from the Hell Creek Formation of South Dakota, a candidate for the largest skull possessed by any land animal. Utah Field House of Natural History, Vernal, Utah.

FIGURE 13.8 Cast of skull for the Late Cretaceous neoceratopsian (and ceratopsid) Torosaurus latus, from the Hell Creek Formation of South Dakota, a candidate for the largest skull possessed by any land animal. Utah Field House of Natural History, Vernal, Utah.

Torosaurus Latus Fossils

FIGURE 13.9 Chasmosaurus, a Late Cretaceous neoceratopsian and ceratopsid of North America. (A) Frontal view, showing legs positioned underneath the plane of the body (erect posture). Cast of skeleton, College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum, Price, Utah. (B) Lateral view.

FIGURE 13.9 Chasmosaurus, a Late Cretaceous neoceratopsian and ceratopsid of North America. (A) Frontal view, showing legs positioned underneath the plane of the body (erect posture). Cast of skeleton, College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum, Price, Utah. (B) Lateral view.

FIGURE 13.10 Styracosaurus, a Late Cretaceous ceratopsian from North America that apparently could never have had enough horns. Dinosaur Adventure Museum, Fruita, Colorado.

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