What Did Triceratops Eat?


Triceratops were believed to be herbivores which means they ate plants. They have long teeth which is ideal to eat cyads and palm fronds. When their teeth would be to dull, they would grow another set much like modern sharks do today.
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Triceratops Information
Triceratops was discovered by John Bell Hatcher in 1888. Its declaration as a legitimate dinosaur came when an intact skull was found. It was named by Othniel Charles Marsh in 1889. Some time earlier in 1887 near Denver, Colorado, however, he... More »
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Triceratops ate plants and leaves. It was classified as an herbivore. It was a three-horned dinosaur that was 7.62 meters long and stood about 2.8 meters tall at the hips with a short heavy tail that either pointed straight out or dragged on the ground.
A triceratops was a herbivore, which means that it mainly ate plants. A fun fact about the triceratops is that it possessed a strong jaw and teeth, so it was able to tackle the tougher plants that most herbivores would have avoided. You can find more information here: http://www. dinosaursfaq. com/Dinosaur/triceratops/What-Did-Triceratops-Eat. html
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