Size: 6.6 feet
Weight: 45 kilograms
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Texacephale

Texacephale is a very small pachycephalosaurid from the late Cretaceous period. It would have been about 6.6 feet long and weighed around 45 kilograms.

In Game

Texacephale are often found in heavily vegetated areas in herds. They will fight back against predators and will charge at threats. They will only attack juveniles and sub adults of smaller carnivores and will flee from anything larger.

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