Diceratops (Greek for “two-horned face”)

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Diceratops (Greek for "two-horned face")

Phonetic : die-seh-rah-tops.

Named By : Hatcher -1905

Diet : Herbivore

Size : Estimated 8-9 meters long

Type of Dinosaur : Ceratopsian

Type Species : hatcheri‭ (‬type‭)

Found in : Wyoming, USA

When it Lived : Late Cretaceous, 70 million years ago

Diceratops can now be officially referred to as “Nedoceratops” (sometimes unofficially “Diceratus”) However, it could actually be a type of Triceratops (or the sole known skull could be belonging to an Triceratops person with an abnormal bone growth that caused it to lose it’s nose’s horn). The Genus name “Diceratops” was preoccupied by the hymenopteran bug.

Source: Wikipedia