Although the first specimen of Diabloceratops was discovered in 1998, it wasn't until 2010 that this ceratopsian dinosaur was named and described.

Diabloceratops was medium-sized and moderately built with a large neck frill, a small horn on the nose, a second horn in front of that, and a pair of relatively small horns above the eyes.

Dino Facts

  • Pronounced: dee-AB-low-SEH-rah-tops
  • Means: Devil horned face
  • Size: 18 ft (5.5 m)
  • Where: North America (Utah)
  • When: Late Cretaceous
  • Diet: Herbivorous

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