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Triceratops Fun Facts

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American paleontologist Othniel Charles Marsh initially mistook the fossil of a Triceratops for a type of extinct bison that he named Bison alticornis. He changed his mind and gave the dinosaur its current name in 1889.
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Like today's sharks, the Triceratops had multiple "batteries" of new teeth that would move in and replace worn-out teeth over time.
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Despite its name, a Triceraratops technically only has two true horns, with the third little "horn" actually being made of the same material as human nails.
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The Triceratops and the T. Rex both lived in what is now the Western United States during the Cretaceous period.
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The Triceratops used its impressive beak to consume thousands of pounds' worth of trees and other vegetation every year.
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The nearly perfect Triceratops skeleton is nicknamed "Cliff," after the grandfather of the anonymous donor who funded the Boston museum's acquisition of the fossil.
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The Triceratops supported its considerable weight by walking on all four legs, although one of its ancestors, the Chaoyangsaurus, was much smaller and only walked on two legs.
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Some scientists suspect that the bigger a Triceratops's head was, the likelier it was to find a mate and thereby produce offspring.
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Long thought to be a separate genus of dinosaurs, many paleontologists now believe that Torosauruses were Triceratops dinosaurs that survived into old age.
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Similar to today's horned animals, the male Triceratops likely used its horns to show off to females by fighting with other males.