Arrhinoceratops And Albertosaurus stock image
Arrhinoceratops was a cousin of Triceratops that lived in Canada about 70 million years ago. Although its name translates to “no nose horn face,” it did in fact, have a small nose horn. Like its later cousin Triceratops, Arrhinoceratops had to contend with Albertosaurus, an earlier cousin of Tyrannosaurus.
Illustration by Sergey Krasovskiy
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