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The largest of the centrosaurine ceratopsians, Pachyrhinosaurus canadensis. This animal was roaming the North during the Late Cretaceous. With its nasal boss instead of the typical horns seen in other ceratopsians and beefy posture it would have been an impressive sight, a tough choice for any carnivore to tackle on its own.
This male is alert and watching out so as to not be spooked by a tyrannosaur. He himself is too big to be attacked, the risk would be too great, but the rest of the heard needs protection.