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Translation: Little horn in the face
Description: Herbivore, quadruped
Infraorder: Ceratopsia: Neoceratopsia
Height: 0.5 meters
Length: 0.9 meters
Weight: 22 kg
Period: Upper Cretaceous
Discovered in the Gobi desert in Mongolia, Bagaceratops was a small, primitive ceratopsid.
It had a very small horn on its nose and its neck was protected by a very short frill.
Like all ceratopsians, Bagaceratops was herbivorous.
During the cretaceous period, flowering plants were geographically limited by the landscape, so it is likely that this dinosaur fed on the predominant plants of the era such as ferns, cocadas, and conifers.
Protoceratopsians and Neoceratopsians
In Asia, protoceratopsians prevailed during the Upper Cretaceous, but certain neoceratopsians. At the same time in North America, neoceratopsians were more frequent and only a few protoceratopsians have been discovered.
Image: Nobu Tamura on Wikimedia
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