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Stygimoloch, Cretaceous Dinosaur

Inaccurate illustration of Stygimoloch (devil from the Styx) a genus of pachycephalosaurid dinosaur from the end of the Cretaceous period, roughly 65 million years ago. It is currently known from the Hell Creek Formation, Ferris Formation, and Lance Formation of the Western Interior (United States), where it lived alongside Tyrannosaurus and Triceratops. Stygimoloch is characterized by clusters of spikes on the back of the skull, in which a long central horn is surrounded by 2-3 smaller hornlets, and a tall, narrow dome. They were bipedal, herbivorous/omnivorous animals with thick skulls. Illustration originally captioned: Moloch by J.M. Gleeson, 1901, from unidentified source. 1916. The illustration more accurately portrays the modern moloch.

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Science Source / USGS/Science Source

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5100 x 2998 pixels

Print Size @ 300 dpi
17 x 10 inches / 43 x 25 cm

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