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Pachyrhinosaurus - Lvfang (Haolonggood)

Item# GR-0022-O
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Haolonggood Pachyrhinosaurus Lvfang measures:
7.1" L x 1.8" W x 3.5" H.

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Pachyrhinosaurus Information:

Pachyrhinosaurus is a genus of herbivorous dinosaur that lived during the Late Cretaceous period, approximately 70 to 67 million years ago. These dinosaurs belonged to the family Ceratopsidae, which is known for its horned and frilled dinosaurs. Pachyrhinosaurus is particularly notable for its unique appearance and the bony structures on its head. Like other ceratopsids, Pachyrhinosaurus had a bony frill at the back of its skull. However, unlike some other ceratopsids like Triceratops, the frill of Pachyrhinosaurus lacked the large, prominent frill spikes. Pachyrhinosaurus had a distinctive, thickened, and flattened nose horn that protruded from the front of its skull. This nasal horn gave the dinosaur its name, which means "thick-nosed lizard." Unlike many other ceratopsids, Pachyrhinosaurus did not have prominent brow horns above its eyes. Instead, it had relatively small, rounded bosses or bumps above its eyes. Pachyrhinosaurus was an herbivore, primarily feeding on plants such as ferns, cycads, and other vegetation that was abundant during the Late Cretaceous period. These dinosaurs were relatively large, with some species reaching lengths of up to 26 feet (8 meters) or more and weighing several tons. Some evidence, including fossil finds with multiple individuals in close proximity, suggests that Pachyrhinosaurus may have exhibited social behavior, possibly living in herds. Several species of Pachyrhinosaurus have been identified based on fossil discoveries, including Pachyrhinosaurus lakustai, Pachyrhinosaurus canadensis, and Pachyrhinosaurus perotorum, among others. These dinosaurs are known from fossils found in North America, primarily in regions such as Alberta, Canada, and Alaska, USA. Pachyrhinosaurus is of particular interest to paleontologists because of its unusual horn structure and its role in the Late Cretaceous ecosystem. Studying these dinosaurs helps researchers better understand the diversity and evolution of ceratopsid dinosaurs and the prehistoric world they inhabited.

Hand Painted.

Product Code: #0022

by Haolonggood

Manufacturer Age Recommendation: 15+ Years

Haolonggood - Pachyrhinosaurus Lvfang #0022

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