NEw dinosaur Machairoceratops Evan Burmeiser

Machairoceratops was a late Cretaceous ceratopsian dinosaur found in Southern Utah. "Machairis," is Latin for bent sword, and "ceratops" for horned face. It is a relative of the more famous Triceratops, though was a little bit smaller, it was only about 20-26 feet long compared to Triceratop's 30 feet long, and only weighed 1-2 tons, compared to Triceratop's 3-4 tons. (Just for the record, the African elephant weighs 7.5 tons)

Machairoceratops, Triceratops, and the African elephant(organized by size)
Machairoceratops might have lived in this kind of habitat

Works Cited

Machairoceratops. Digital image. Web. 7 Mar. 2017.

Machairoceratops Herd. Digital image. Web. 7 Mar. 2017.

Machairoceratops Skull. Digital image. Web. 7 Mar. 2017.

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