Bravoceratops Skull with base
Newly discovered Ceratopsian, from the Big Bend National Park, TX.
Scientific Name: Bravoceratops polyphemus
Location: Big Bend National Park, TX
Formation: Javelina Formation
Age: Cretaceous, 70 MYA
Specimen: Texas Memorial Museum
L 92″ x W 42″ x H 40″ ( Length Measured from Tip of nose to end of Frill, Width is measured from Cheek to cheek, Height measured from lower jaw to tip of horns)
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