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  • Pachyrhinosaurus
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  • The Pachyrhinosaurus is a herbivorous dinosaur found in oases and desert cities
  • A Pachyrhinosaurus was selected as the mascot for the 2010 Arctic Winter Games held in Grande Prairie, Alberta.
  • Pachyrhinosaurus ("thick-nosed lizard") is a genus of ceratopsid dinosaurs from the Late Cretaceous period of North America. (77-71 MYA) Pachyrhinosaurus appears in the episode, "River of Death", and later in the final episode, "Armageddon".
  • He was first summoned by Foolscap in Desert Heat to attack the D-Team when Foolscap thought they had the Red Cosmos Stone. He quickly knocked Chomp away, and when Ace was summoned, he fought in his Spectral Armor form against him. He then used Anhanguera Dive to defeat Ace. However, Paris was then summoned and used Green Impulse to counter the Anhanguera with Tupuxuara, allowing Zoe to defeat and reclaim the card. Chomp then used Ultimate Thunder to defeat Pachyrhinosaurus. His card was reclaimed by Max.
  • Pachyrhinosaurus is an upcoming ceratopsian.
  • Elemento: Rayo. Primera aparición: (Ep. 68) Lugar donde se encontraba: Arabia. Movimientos: clavado de Anhanguera. Como se activó: Zapper lo activo para atacar al Team D. Quien lo obtuvo: Zapper(Piratas espaciales) después Max(Team D). Otros datos: El Pachyrhinosaurus es el último dinosaurio de rayo "normal" de la serie(Ya que el último fue el Triceratops Maximus). Curiosamente la almohadilla de su nariz no parece una almohadilla sino un enorme cuerno.
  • Pachyrhinosaurus was probably the most unusual and distinctive ceratopsid. It did not have brow or nasal horns; instead it had a thick, bumpy, spongy pad of bone along the upper surface of its flattened face. This bony pad ran from the front of its nose back to above its eyes. The skull of Pachyrhinosaurus was massive; only Triceratops, Pentaceratops, and Torosaurus had larger skulls. Pachyrhinosaurus was the largest centrosaurine ceratopsian.
  • Pachyrhinosaurus (meaning 'thick-nosed lizard') was an ceratopsian relative of Triceratops and Torosaurus that lived in the Late Cretaceous in Canada, though earlier than them. <default>Pachyrhinosaurus</default> Biological information In Walking with... Book appearances Video game appearances
  • The largest Pachyrhinosaurus species were 8 metres (26 ft) long. It weighed about four tonnes. They were herbivorous and possessed strong cheek teeth to help them chew tough, fibrous plants. Instead of horns, their skulls bore massive, flattened bosses; a large boss over the nose and a smaller one over the eyes. A prominent pair of horns grew from the frill and extended upwards. The skull also bore several smaller horns or ornaments that varied between individuals and between species. In P. canadensis and P. perotorum, the bosses over the nose and eyes nearly grew together, and were separated only by a narrow groove. In P. lakustai, the two bosses were separated by a wide gap. In P. canadensis and P. lakustai, the frill bore two additional small, curved, backward-pointed horns. These were
  • The largest Pachyrhinosaurus species were 26 ft long. They had strong cheek teeth to help them chew tough plants. The skull had no true horns, but a thick, flat boss on the nose and above the eyes. Two horn-like spikes stuck out from the top of the frill and extended up and the skull bore some small horns that varied between individuals and between species. In P. canadensis and P. perotorum, the bosses over the nose and eyes nearly grew together, and were separated just by a narrow groove. In P. lakustai, the two bosses were separated by a wide gap. In P. canadensis and P. lakustai, the frill bore two more small, curved, backward-pointed horns. These were not found in P. perotorum, and in fact some specimens of P. lakustai lack them too, which may mean that the presence of these horns vari
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Alignment
  • Good
Length
  • 8.0
Goal
  • To reach the Nesting Grounds
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  • Canada, North America
Row 1 info
  • Pachyrhinosaurus
Row 4 title
  • Turf
Row 2 info
  • 26
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  • First appearance: "River of Death" Other appearances: Biggest Killers, Armageddon
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  • Species
Row 5 info
  • Late Cretaceous 76-68 Ma
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  • Size
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  • Appearances
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  • Timespan
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  • Armored skull, spined neck frill, horn, head, speed, large size, strength, beak, jaw strength, senses
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Range
Stance
  • Quadrupedal
Box Title
  • Herbivores
Appearances
  • Walking with Dinosaurs: The Movie
Age
  • Late Cretaceous period
Appearance
  • Large, gray and tan ceratopsian dinosaur
Habitat
  • North America
Game
  • Jurassic Park: Builder
  • Jurassic World: The Game
  • Jurassic Park III: Park Builder
Name
  • Pachyrhinosaurus
  • Pachyrhinosaurus lakustai
birth type
  • Egg
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Fate
  • Reaches the Nesting Grounds with the rest of the herd; one is killed by the Carnotaurus at the start of the film
name meaning
  • "Thick-nosed lizard"
Weight
  • 4
Meaning
  • Thick-nosed lizard
Image caption
  • Jurassic Park Institute Artwork
Height
  • 3.0
Title
  • ''Pachyrhinosaurus perotorum
ATT
  • Large with a no horn but a flat area where most ceratopsians have horns
Weapons
  • Nasal boss
Enemies
Image size
  • 300
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Home
  • Nesting Grounds
Image
  • Pachyrhinosaurus The Isle.png
Occupation
  • Herd member
Films
  • Dinosaur
Friends
Place
  • Canada and Alaska, North America
Time
  • Late Cretaceous
  • Late Cretaceous, 73-69 mya
Diet
  • Plants
  • Herbivore
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  • pachyrhinosaurus.png
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  • The largest Pachyrhinosaurus species were 26 ft long. They had strong cheek teeth to help them chew tough plants. The skull had no true horns, but a thick, flat boss on the nose and above the eyes. Two horn-like spikes stuck out from the top of the frill and extended up and the skull bore some small horns that varied between individuals and between species. In P. canadensis and P. perotorum, the bosses over the nose and eyes nearly grew together, and were separated just by a narrow groove. In P. lakustai, the two bosses were separated by a wide gap. In P. canadensis and P. lakustai, the frill bore two more small, curved, backward-pointed horns. These were not found in P. perotorum, and in fact some specimens of P. lakustai lack them too, which may mean that the presence of these horns varied by age or sex. Various ornaments of the nasal boss have been used to tell the species of Pachyrhinosaurus apart. Both P. lakustai and P. perotorum bore a rough, comb-like extension at the tip of the boss which P. canadensis lacked. P. perotorum was unique in having a narrow dome in the middle of the back portion of the nasal boss, and P. lakustai had a pommel-like structure sticking out from the front of the boss (the boss of P. canadensis was mainly flat on top and rounded). P. perotorum bore two unique, flattened horns which pointed forward and down from the top edge of the frill, and P. lakustai bore another comb-like horn arising from the middle of the frill behind the eyes.
  • The Pachyrhinosaurus is a herbivorous dinosaur found in oases and desert cities
  • A Pachyrhinosaurus was selected as the mascot for the 2010 Arctic Winter Games held in Grande Prairie, Alberta.
  • Pachyrhinosaurus ("thick-nosed lizard") is a genus of ceratopsid dinosaurs from the Late Cretaceous period of North America. (77-71 MYA) Pachyrhinosaurus appears in the episode, "River of Death", and later in the final episode, "Armageddon".
  • He was first summoned by Foolscap in Desert Heat to attack the D-Team when Foolscap thought they had the Red Cosmos Stone. He quickly knocked Chomp away, and when Ace was summoned, he fought in his Spectral Armor form against him. He then used Anhanguera Dive to defeat Ace. However, Paris was then summoned and used Green Impulse to counter the Anhanguera with Tupuxuara, allowing Zoe to defeat and reclaim the card. Chomp then used Ultimate Thunder to defeat Pachyrhinosaurus. His card was reclaimed by Max.
  • Pachyrhinosaurus is an upcoming ceratopsian.
  • Pachyrhinosaurus was probably the most unusual and distinctive ceratopsid. It did not have brow or nasal horns; instead it had a thick, bumpy, spongy pad of bone along the upper surface of its flattened face. This bony pad ran from the front of its nose back to above its eyes. The skull of Pachyrhinosaurus was massive; only Triceratops, Pentaceratops, and Torosaurus had larger skulls. Pachyrhinosaurus was the largest centrosaurine ceratopsian. Charles Sternberg named Pachyrhinosaurus canadensis from three partial skulls found in southern Alberta. Other species of Pachyrhinosaurus, such as Pachyrhinosaurus perotorum have been found as far north as Northern Alaska. Pachyrhinosaurus means "thick-nose reptile"; the name refers to the bony facial pad, called the boss. Because skulls of this dinosaur are rare, and because of their odd, gnarled facial boss, some paleontologists thought these specimens were "pathological." That is, they thought the facial pad was formed because a nasal horn broke off and then healed over. So they thought the facial boss was a "scar." Paleontologists recently uncovered a large bone bed with many Pachyrhinosaurus specimens in north central Alberta. This proves that the facial pad is a normal feature of Pachyrhinosaurus and not a scar. The rest of the skull of Pachyrhinosaurus looked very much like that of other centrosaurine ceratopsians such as Centrosaurus, Monoclonius, and Styracosaurus. Like them, Pachyrhinosaurus had a short frill, a deep face, and a short beak. Pachyrhinosaurus was also closely related to Brachyceratops and Avaceratops.
  • Elemento: Rayo. Primera aparición: (Ep. 68) Lugar donde se encontraba: Arabia. Movimientos: clavado de Anhanguera. Como se activó: Zapper lo activo para atacar al Team D. Quien lo obtuvo: Zapper(Piratas espaciales) después Max(Team D). Otros datos: El Pachyrhinosaurus es el último dinosaurio de rayo "normal" de la serie(Ya que el último fue el Triceratops Maximus). Curiosamente la almohadilla de su nariz no parece una almohadilla sino un enorme cuerno.
  • The largest Pachyrhinosaurus species were 8 metres (26 ft) long. It weighed about four tonnes. They were herbivorous and possessed strong cheek teeth to help them chew tough, fibrous plants. Instead of horns, their skulls bore massive, flattened bosses; a large boss over the nose and a smaller one over the eyes. A prominent pair of horns grew from the frill and extended upwards. The skull also bore several smaller horns or ornaments that varied between individuals and between species. In P. canadensis and P. perotorum, the bosses over the nose and eyes nearly grew together, and were separated only by a narrow groove. In P. lakustai, the two bosses were separated by a wide gap. In P. canadensis and P. lakustai, the frill bore two additional small, curved, backward-pointed horns. These were not present in P. perotorum, and in fact some specimens of P. lakustai also lack them, which may indicate that the presence of these horns varied by age or sex. Various ornaments of the nasal boss have also been used to distinguish between different species of Pachyrhinosaurus. Both P. lakustai and P. perotorum bore a jagged, comb-like extension at the tip of the boss which was missing in P. canadensis. P. perotorum was unique in having a narrow dome in the middle of the back portion of the nasal boss, and P. lakustai had a pommel-like structure projecting from the front of the boss (the boss of P. canadensis was mainly flat on top and rounded). P. perotorum bore two unique, flattened horns which projected forward and down from the top edge of the frill, and P. lakustaibore another comb-like horn arising from the middle of the frill behind the eyes.
  • Pachyrhinosaurus was probably the most unusual and distinctive ceratopsid. It did not have brow or nasal horns; instead it had a thick, bumpy, spongy pad of bone along the upper surface of its flattened face. This bony pad ran from the front of its nose back to above its eyes. The skull of Pachyrhinosaurus was massive; only Triceratops, Pentaceratops, and Torosaurus had larger skulls. Pachyrhinosaurus was the largest centrosaurine ceratopsian.
  • Pachyrhinosaurus (meaning 'thick-nosed lizard') was an ceratopsian relative of Triceratops and Torosaurus that lived in the Late Cretaceous in Canada, though earlier than them. <default>Pachyrhinosaurus</default> Biological information In Walking with... Book appearances Video game appearances