A charging chasmosaurine bull by RareBreed. Pentaceratops sternbergii possess the largest skull of any known land animal; 9.8 feet from frill to beak.
Pentaceratops, meaning “five-horned face”, is related to triceratops but adorned with a more impressive skull and elaborate frill. With two brow, one nose, and two cheekbone points; this, gives its name. The largest individuals are estimated at 23 feet in length weighing up to 5 tons. Ceratopsians like pentaceratops were herbivores, possibly omnivores, from the late Cretaceous, and roamed the forests of prehistoric North America.
Pentaceratops scale model replicas are finely sculpted for the Prehistoric Collection by ©2012-2014 RareBreed.