TRICERATOPS HORN (SINGLE BROW)
Triceratops horridus. From the massive 3-horned quadruped plant-eater of the late Cretaceous North America.
Triceratops of course had three horns, two on its brow and another smaller horn behind its snout. When you hold these giant bones in your hands, consider that only the inner cores are preserved as fossils. In life, these structures would have been sheathed in a hard, shiny horn. Truly this was an awesome tool for one incredible dinosaur.
Juvenile nose horn to a Triceratops Dinosaur.
Formation; Hell Creek
Location; North of Baker Montana
Size Approx. ___ in length
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