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Dinosaur - Triceratops

The Triceratops dinosaur might have made a great pet. It was big but gentle, and it only ate greens. With large sharp horns on its head, Triceratops was mean looking, but Tyrannosaurus Rex wasn't fooled! Back to Article

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_zackkk_
_zackkk_ wrote:
2013-06-16 19:59:31 -0700

actually triceratops was very mean and VERY teritorall

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