Styracosaurus albertensis photos by nutty_bakaz

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Styracosaurus albertensis
(spiked lizard)
Length: 5.5m (18ft)
Weight: 2,722 kg (6,000 lbs)
Location: Dinosaur Park Formation, Alberta Canada
Time: period: 75 Ma Late Cretaceous
Named by: Lawrence Lambe- 1913
Famously known for it’s six frill spikes, and long nose horn, Styracosaurus is one of the most recognizable of all the Ceratopsians. Despite its iconic look, similarities to Centrosaurus have caused debate in the past over which specimens belonged to each species.

Photos by nutty_bakaz

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