While it would certainly be impressive to encounter, this 12-tonne dinosaur is believed to have been entirely herbivorous. Using its several hundred teeth (up to 800!), it likely munched down primary on ferns, cycads and palms that grew in its vast natural habitat.
Professionally approved by Museums Victoria's Senior Curator of Vertebrate Palaeontology, these Triceratops replicas are some of the most anatomically accurate available.
- Product Dimensions (cm): 20cm head to tail
- Diet: Herbivorous
- Period: Upper Cretaceous
- Name Meaning: Three Horned Face