A heard of Styracosaurus albertensis cross a Judith River floodplain. One of the most elaborate centroaurines, Styracosaurus possessed elaborate cranial ornamentation, in the form of horns. As seen in this picture, the purpose of these horns may have been sexual, and therefore, only adult males would posses such display structures.
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