For comparison, here's a Triceratops skull. You can see the spikier frill, the straight horns, and the pointed third horn on the nose -- a feature that's absent from the Nasutoceratops skull shown in this gallery and that appears as a bony nub in the artist's renderings. The Natural History Museum of Utah describes the third horn of the Nasutoceratops as low, narrow, and bladelike.
Photo by Ed T.
July 17, 2013 2:24 PM PDT
Photo by: Ed T/Wikimedia Commons
| Caption by: Edward Moyer
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