Day 10: Who doesn't love Styracosaurus albertensis? Less well known than its fellow ceratopsid Triceratops horridus, Styracosaurus was from the later Cretaceous (about 75 million years ago), in Canada, and looks like a heavy metal version of its more famous, and more recent, cousin. Seriously though, it's way cooler (image here). The frill is probably more for display than anything else, so it's debatable as to whether it could have done anything with those horn-like projections, but it's still fab.


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