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2023-07-18 Snargl 1 minute 12 seconds

Where does the Diabloceratops live?

Wooden sculpture of a tri - trisauh with horns and a tail, on a black background
Diabloceratops with a leather jacket on in the woods with trees and bushes in the background
Toy trilops is standing on a rock in the woods with trees in the background
Statue of a trilops is shown in a forest setting with trees and bushes in the background
Diabloceratops with glowing eyes and a large head in the woods with trees and grass in the background

Diabloceratops was a ceratopsian dinosaur that lived in what is now North America, specifically in the region of Utah.

It inhabited a temperate climate during the Late Cretaceous period, about 81 million years ago.

Its native habitat was lush, forested regions.

Example of the color palette for the image of Diabloceratops

Picture with primary colors of Dark olive, Pale taupe, Zinnwaldite, Jungle green and Isabelline
Top 5 color shades of the illustration. Arranged in descending order of frequency of occurrence (first - more often, last - more rare).
See these colors in NCS, PANTONE, RAL palettes...
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RAL Classic
RAL 6025
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RAL 9010
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RAL 110 40 40
RAL 030 60 20
RAL 170 60 35
RAL 010 92 05
RAL Effect
RAL 250-6
RAL 780-5

What does the Diabloceratops look like?

Diabloceratops was a type of dinosaur that belonged to the ceratopsian family, which had horns and frills on their heads.

Diabloceratops lived about 81 million years ago in what is now Utah, in the United States.

Diabloceratops had two horns on its forehead, like other ceratopsians, but it also had two large, curved horns on the back of its frill, which gave it a devilish appearance.

The name Diabloceratops means "devil-horned face" in Spanish and Greek.

Diabloceratops was a medium-sized dinosaur, about 4.5 meters (15 feet) long and 1.3 metric tons (1.4 short tons) in weight.

It was a herbivore, meaning it ate plants, and probably used its horns and frill for defense or display.

Diabloceratops was one of the oldest-known ceratopsians, and may have been a transitional form between two groups of ceratopsians: the centrosaurines and the chasmosaurines.

Diabloceratops is known from only one skull and a partial lower jaw, which were found in 2002 by paleontologist Don DeBlieux.

Another specimen, found in 1998, may belong to Diabloceratops or a different genus.

Diabloceratops was named and described in 2010 by James Kirkland and Donald DeBlieux.

Here is a summary of what Diabloceratops looked like:
  • A dinosaur with horns and frills on its head

  • Two large, curved horns on the back of its frill

  • A medium-sized herbivore, about 4.5 meters long and 1.3 metric tons in weight

  • Lived about 81 million years ago in Utah, USA

  • One of the oldest-known ceratopsians, possibly a transitional form

  • Known from only one skull and a partial lower jaw


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