Triceratops

Drawings of a Triceratops from the side, front, back, and aerial views

Triceratops were three-horned herbivorous dinosaurs that roamed western North America in the late Cretaceous period (68-66 Mya). Combined with a shield-like head plate, the horns of the Triceratops were likely used to protect them from predators and may have also been used for mating rituals.

The Triceratops had a length between 26’-29.5’ (7.9-9 m), stood at a height of 9.5’-10’ (2.9-3 m), and had a width of 6.7' (2 m). A typical Triceratops weighed between 13,500-26,500 lb (6.1-12 metric tons).

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Height: 
9.5’-10.0’ | 2.9-3 m
Width:
6.7’ | 2 m
Depth:
Length:
26’-29.5’ | 7.9-9 m
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Weight:
13,500-26,500 lb | 6.1-12 metric tons

Period: Late Cretaceous (68-66 million years ago)

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Scientific Name:
Triceratops
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Drawings include:
Triceratops side elevation, front, back, plan

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Dinosaurs are a diverse group of prehistoric reptiles that were the dominant terrestrial animals of the Late Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous periods. Though dinosaurs mysteriously disappeared 65 million years ago, their legacy continues to be popularized in museums, books, films and television.