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  • For example, 20 bonebeds have been reported from Dinosaur Provincial Park in Alberta, Canada, which contain Centrosaurus and Styracosaurus Visser,1986; Ryan et al., 2001; Eberth and Getty, 2005.

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  • I choose Pachyrhinosaurus as it is among my top favourite dinos and there have already been tons of pictures of Centrosaurus in floods.

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  • "Such elevations are common on large neoceratopsian squamosals, Centrosaurus and Chasmosaurus usually displaying two or more."

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  • The adults of both species have massive bosses, or protuberances, of bone in the positions where other horned dinosaurs like Centrosaurus and Triceratops have horns.

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  • However, juveniles of the new species resemble juveniles of Centrosaurus in having horns rather than bosses.

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  • Of Centrosaurus [[species]] alone more than two dozen graveyards (or bone beds) have been found in southern Alberta Canada.

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  • Of Centrosaurus species alone more than two dozen graveyards (or bone beds) have been found in southern Alberta Canada.

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  • If another bone bed discovered 400 m upstream is included, the number of Centrosaurus dinosaurs in this area is estimated at tens of thousands!

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  • Of Centrosaurus species alone more than two dozen graveyards (or bone beds) of have been found in southern

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  • More than two dozen graveyards (or bone beds) of Centrosaurus species have been found in southern Alberta

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