Triceratops Skull

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Triceratops Skull

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Triceratops is a genus of herbivorous ceratopsid dinosaur that first appeared during the late Maastrichtian stage of the late Cretaceous period, about 68 million years ago (Mya) in what is now North America. It is one of the last known non-avian dinosaur genera, and became extinct in the Cretaceous–Paleogene extinction event 66 million years ago.


Product Description
Triceratops Fast Facts

Diet: Herbivore (plant-eater)
Length: 26 feet (8 m) long
Height: 10 feet (3 m) tall
Weight: 6 to 12 tons
When It Lived: Late Cretaceous period, about 85-65 million years ago
Where It Lived: The first known fossils were found near Denver, Colorado in 1887

Interesting Facts:

Triceratops means "three-horned face" in Greek
Triceratops had anywhere between 400 and 800 teeth
Additional Information

Additional Information

Collections Rawr
Material Sterling Silver
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Best Worn as a Necklace Review by Maaz
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I love this bead. Though the horns are a little sharp. It's best shown off as a necklace. The sculpting and detail in the entire RAWR collection is incredible. (Posted on 8/18/2015)
Super realistic! Review by Kit At Ohm
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This is a great focal bead with amazing details. Due to the nature of the skull, there are a few ways you can put this bead on a necklace or bracelet ie. from back of the head through its mouth or through the bottom of the skull. The only thing I'd improve is to make the horns less pointy.

Disclaimer: I work at OHM and this is my personal opinion. (Posted on 6/16/2015)
Love the Rawr! Review by Heather
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Such a neat little guy! I bought the Triceratops to go with my T. Rex, and they match perfect! He is larger than the average bead, and the horns are a *bit* pointy. I would definitely be careful when wearing with a sweater or other fabric that can snag easily, otherwise he is fabulous! (Posted on 4/18/2015)

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