I was unable to find the location, but nevertheless, it is a very striking photo :)
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Diceratops (Greek for "two-horned face"); pronounced die-SEH-rah-tops; also known as Nedoceratops Habitat: Woodlands of North America Historical Period: Late Cretaceous (70 million years ago) Size and Weight: About 15 feet long and 2-3 tons Diet: Plants Distinguishing Characteristics: Two horns; odd hole in skull
A New Mexico Sky - Imgur
Meet the Kentrosaurus!! (yes, cousins to the Stegosaurus) name meaning, Spiked Lizard, is measured to be about 14 to 20ft long, the Kentrosaurus is from around the late Jurassic period. The main difference between the Stego and the Kentro, is the Stegos's plates are different compared to the Kentros', these plates pretty much become a bit more narrower as they run down the Kentro's body until they are more like spikes, as you cans see above. However, they were both herbivores!:) (No credit…
Archaeoceratops yujingziensis, a new species of basal neoceratopsian dinosaur, discovered 2010. It was about the size of a rabbit. Artist: Andrey Atuchin
http://www.gamesta.com/primal-carnage-has-more-dinosaurs-for-you/ Gamesta.com is glad to announce more gameplay footage from the upcoming human versus dinosaur brawler. Primal Carnage details the Raptor and Trapper class in its latest video. Beta applications are finally underway!