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Avaceratops lammersi (Beasts of the Mesozoic)

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Avaceratops lammersi (Beasts of the Mesozoic)
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Avaceratops lammersi (Beasts of the Mesozoic)
Avaceratops lammersi (Beasts of the Mesozoic)
Avaceratops lammersi (Beasts of the Mesozoic)
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Avaceratops lammersi 1/18th scale Dinosaur Action Figure (Ava's horned face) Avaceratops is a bit of a curiosity due to its skull frill lacking fenestrae. It had a solid frill, a characteristic shared only with Triceratops. Despite this similarity, its closest known relative is Nasutoceratops. Avaceratops lived in wet, heavily forested environments. This ceratopsian figure measures 10 in. long and has 19 points of articulation. Includes collectible trading card, unique background display insert and instruction sheet. Packaging features red-foil printing with package art by Raul Ramos. Recommended for ages 15 and up.

Avaceratops lammersi Information:

As of my last update in September 2021, Avaceratops lammersi is a species of dinosaur belonging to the Ceratopsidae family. Ceratopsids were a diverse group of herbivorous dinosaurs known for their distinct frills and horns. Here's some information about Avaceratops lammersi: Discovery: Avaceratops lammersi was discovered in the Judith River Formation of Montana, USA. The fossil remains were first described in 1986 by paleontologist Robert Bakker. Classification: Avaceratops is classified as a ceratopsid dinosaur, and its exact position within the Ceratopsidae family tree may vary depending on the latest research. Size: Avaceratops was a relatively small ceratopsid dinosaur. It measured about 6 to 7 feet (1.8 to 2.1 meters) in length, making it one of the smallest known ceratopsids. Physical Features: Like other ceratopsids, Avaceratops had a distinctive frill at the back of its skull and a beak-like mouth for cropping vegetation. Some ceratopsids also had horns on their frills and snouts, though Avaceratops is thought to have been hornless or had very small horns. Herbivorous Diet: As a ceratopsid, Avaceratops was a herbivorous dinosaur, meaning it primarily fed on plants, such as ferns, cycads, and other vegetation that was abundant during the Late Cretaceous period. Geological Age: Avaceratops lived during the Late Cretaceous period, around 75 to 77 million years ago. Behavior and Habitat: While specific details about Avaceratops' behavior and habitat are limited, it likely lived in a forested environment alongside other dinosaurs and prehistoric creatures of the time.Hand Painted. Product Material: PVCProduct Code: #62091by Beasts of the Mesozoic

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