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NHMU's Top Ornithischian Dinosaurs

 

Diabloceratops eatoni
(Pronunciation: dee-OB-low-sarah-tops ee-TON-eye)

Age: Late Cretaceous (~79.5 million years ago)

Where It's Found in Utah: Kane and Garfield counties, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Utah.

Image: © 2009 Mark Hallett, Mark Hallett Paleoart


 


Gryposaurus monumentensis
(Pronunciation: GRIP-oh-SORE-us MAHN-you-men-TEN-siss)

Age: Late Cretaceous (~76 million years ago)

Where It's Found in Utah: Kane and Garfield counties, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, Utah.

Image: © Victor Leshyk


Kosmoceratops richardsoni
(Pronunciation: CAHZ-moe-sarah-tops RICH-ard-SOHN-eye)

Age: Late Cretaceous (~76 million years ago)

Where It's Found in Utah: Kane and Garfield counties, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, southern Utah.

Image: © 2009 Mark Hallett, Mark Hallett Paleoart

 


Utahceratops gettyi
(Pronunciation: YOU-tah-sarah-tops GET-ee-eye)

Age: Late Cretaceous (~76 million years ago)

Where It's Found in Utah: Kane and Garfield counties, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, southern Utah.

Image: © Victor Leshyk