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File:Styracosaurus albertensis skull 02.jpg

Description Styracosaurus albertensis, American Museum of Natural History.
Date 10 March 2008, 15:08
Source Styracosaurus Albertensis
Author Claire Houck from New York City, USA

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40° 46′ 52.76″ N, 73° 58′ 28.39″ W

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