Pentaceratops is a genus of large herbivorous ornithian dinosaurs, belonging to the Ceratopidae, that lived in the area of present-day North America in the Late Cretaceous Period. The type species is Pentaceratops sternbergii.
The first fossils of Pentaceratops were found in 1921. The animal got its name in 1923, which means something like "five-horned face". In total, a dozen skulls and skeletons were found so that the scientists could get a good idea of the structure of the animal. For one very large skeleton, however, it is disputed whether it is an ancient individual of Pentaceratops or a separate genus of Titanoceratops.
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