Size: 27 – 29 Feet
Weight: 6 – 12 Tons
Habitat: Ancient Woods, Grand River, Grasslands
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Triceratops

One of the most recognized and beloved dinosaurs, Triceratops became famous amongst dinosaur enthusiasts due its distinctive appearance and perceived toughness.  It lived alongside the Tyrannosaurus in the late Cretaceous.

Paleo Chronicles

Triceratops is one of the largest members of its family, Ceratopsidae and measured 27 – 29 feet long and weighed 6 – 12 tons. It had a large frill and three horns on its skull which would have been used in courtship and combat. There is evidence of Tyrannosaurus predation on Triceratops but they would have been formidable opponents as well which is indicated by the presence of healed Tyrannosaurus tooth marks. The frill might have been used in both courtship and in regulating body temperature.

In Game Attributes

Triceratops can dish out very high damage and it can inflict the Bleed effect as well. It has lots of health and decent stamina as well. Triceratops is quite slow and can only gallop for short periods of time. They roam Pangaea in small herds and are quite territorial in nature.

Preferred Biomes

  • Ancient Woods
  • Grand River
  • Grasslands
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