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'The Dinosaurs' mystery dinosaur
In a message dated 96-01-26 15:08:23 EST, you write:
<< (Once again, my unknown dino has an gigantic "nose" horn whose base
actually spans most of its face. The creature was shown in one
episode of the PBS series, "The Dinosaurs". If it's any help, I can
send someone a JPEG-ed still from the show...) >>
It is supposed to be Pachyrhinosaurus. It says in the show that it is
Pachyrhinosaurus (not directly, I know). It got the volcano-nose from the
idea that is supposedly now mistaken that the roguse, assymetrical horn-boss
of P. supported a gigantic keriten growth, i.e. volcano-nose. I doubt that
Achelusaurus (sp?) was even described when "The Dinosaurs" was made.
Besides trikes are TRICYCLES, not TRICERATOPS.