Explore these ideas and much more!

Chasmosaurus sternbergi

Chasmosaurus sternbergi

Dryptosaurus; Late Cretaceous (67.0 Ma); Discovered by Marsh, 1877 | Chasmosaurus (Ceratopsian); Late Cretaceous (76.5 - 75.5 Ma); Discovered by Lambe, 1914

A Vibrant piece of paleo art called "Tyrannosaurus Rex and Chasmosaurus" by James Gurney

Mojoceratops (avant Chasmosaurus kaiseni), AMNH 5401. Dinosauria, Ornithischia, Marginocephalia, Ceratopia, Ceratopidae. Auteur : Ryan Somma, 1980.

Holotype of Chasmosaurus kaiseni, which has also been considered a specimen of Mojoceratops

1. Centrosaurus apertus 2. Chasmosaurus belli 3. Torosaurus latus 4. Triceratops horridus 5. Styracosaurus albertensis

1. Centrosaurus apertus 2. Chasmosaurus belli 3. Torosaurus latus 4. Triceratops horridus 5. Styracosaurus albertensis

Chasmosaurus

In Images: A Baby Dinosaur Unearthed

Chasmosaurus

ChasmosaurusBelli-Skull_RoyalOntarioMuseum.png (1948×1095) - ROM 5436, type de C. "brevirostris", exposé au Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto. Dinosauria, Ornithischia, Neornithischia, Ceratopsia, Ceratopsidae, Ceratopsinae. Auteur : Keith Schengili-Roberts, 2007.

RoyalOntarioMuseum - - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Skull of a Chasomosaurus belli ROM type of C. "brevirostris", on display at the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto.

Vagaceratops irvinsensis (Chasmosaurus irvinensis). Dinosauria, Ornithischia, Marginocephalia, Ceratopsidae, Chasmosaurinae. Auteur : Kevin Guertin, 2010.

VAGACERATOPS “Wandering/vagrant horned-face” Late Cretaceous, 75 million years ago … *uncontrollable snickering*

Chasmosaurus

Extinct Animals, Prehistoric Animals

Pinterest
Search