Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A genus of dinosaurian reptiles from the Laramie Cretaceous beds of America. The skull carried a pair of large horn-cores and the body was covered with dermal scutes.

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  • Mexican state of Coahuila where it was found, and to the Greek word "ceratops" meaning "horned face."

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  • Their name '' 'ceratops' '' in fact means '' horn-faced ''.

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  • Discoveries of ceratops have since been made in Asia although several of the finds are fragmentary forms and may or may not be valid.

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  • [2] Discoveries of ceratops have since been made in Asia although several of the finds are fragmentary forms and may or may not be valid.

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  • Dinosaur Provincial Park has been discovered that contains high number of ceratops and possibly tens of thousands of dinosaurs overall. paleontologists that the animals at this site were killed in a flood based natural disaster.

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  • One very extensive bed located in the badlands of [[Dinosaur Provincial Park]] has been discovered that contains high number of ceratops and possibly tens of thousands of dinosaurs overall.

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  • Dinosaur Provincial Park has been discovered that contains high number of ceratops and possibly tens of thousands of dinosaurs overall. paleontologists that the animals were killed in a flood based natural disaster.

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  • The name comes from the Latin "kosmos" for ornate, the Greek "ceratops" meaning horned face, and the latter part honors Scott Richardson, the volunteer who discovered two skulls of this animal in 2007.

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  • SASAYAMA, Hyogo -- Three fossil pieces believed to be from parts of the head of a ceratops dinosaur have been excavated from the Sasayama Strata, which date back 120 million to 140

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  • Rite of Spring, ’08: Can Times-ceratops Arthur Sulzberger stave off Rupert-saurus Murdoch in newspaper jungle?

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