About Arrhinoceratops

Arrhinoceratops was discovered in Alberta, Canada, in 1923, and was named two years later by William Parks. Arrhinoceratops means "Without Nose Horn." This name was given to Arrhinoceratops because when it was discovered a nose horn was not found. However, many scientists today believe that Arrhinoceratops did in fact possess a nose horn. Arrhinoceratops lived alongside other horned dinosaurs in North America where it foraged for plant life to eat. Arrhinoceratops used its sharp parrot-like beak to cut through this plant material.
What is this dinosaur’s name?
How do I pronounce Arrhinoceratops?
What does the name Arrhinoceratops mean?
No Nose Horn
How long was Arrhinoceratops?
20.00 feet 6.00 meters
How heavy was Arrhinoceratops?
7000.00 pounds 3500.00 kilograms
What dinosaur class was Arrhinoceratops assigned to?
What did Arrhinoceratops eat?
How many years ago did Arrhinoceratops live?
70,000,000 Years Ago
In what period did Arrhinoceratops live?
Late Cretaceous
Where did Arrhinoceratops live?
Alberta, North America
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Arrhinoceratops's Time

Years Ago

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Arrhinoceratops's size

0 kg
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