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18th February 2013

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Anchiceratops (Anchiceratops ornatus)(pronounced anky-sair-a-tops)Meaning: near horn face (originally thought to be closely related to the Centrosaurus)
Type: dinosaur, ceratopsianDiet: herbivorousPeriod: late CretaceousLocation: Alberta, CanadaLength: 4.5-6m (15-20ft)Height: 2.6m (9ft)Weight: 2470kg (5400lb)
Dinosaurs: 239

Anchiceratops (Anchiceratops ornatus)
(pronounced anky-sair-a-tops)
Meaning: near horn face (originally thought to be closely related to the Centrosaurus)

Type: dinosaur, ceratopsian
Diet: herbivorous
Period: late Cretaceous
Location: Alberta, Canada
Length: 4.5-6m (15-20ft)
Height: 2.6m (9ft)
Weight: 2470kg (5400lb)

Dinosaurs: 239

Tagged: dinosaurceratopsiananchiceratopscretaceouslate cretaceouscanada

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    I don’t know how difficult it would be, but it’d be nice if you could include a scale ( Dino & human silhouette) helps...
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