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Anchiceratops or "near horned face" is a genus of ceratopsian dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous Period of western North America. Its name is derived from the Greek words anchi: "near", cera: "horn", and ops: "face". It was first discovered in 1912 by an expedition led by Barnum Brown along the Red Deer River in Alberta. The original specimen is known by the back half of a skull, including long frill, and several partial skulls found at the same time. A complete skull was found by C.M....
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