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Juvenile triceratops

Description: These fossils are a horn and a section of the frill of a young Triceratops. They were discovered in the Cretaceous Period rocks of South Dakota. While these fossils represent the remains of a juvenile, the adults could grow to lengths of 30 feet and weigh up to 6 tons.
Collection: The Children's Museum of Indianapolis
Copyright: Creative Commons (CC By-SA 3.0);
Subjects: Fossils
Animals, fossil
Dinosaurs, fossil
Paleontology -- Cretaceous
South Dakota

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