Which dinosaur behaved like a rhinoceros?
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As well as their huge horn, they had an enormous bony frill. It extended from the back of the head and over the shoulders, often with more spikes and horns attached. Triceratops reached a length of 9 m and a weight of about 5.5 tones.
Triceratops and its relatives probably used their horns in defense against attacks from flesh-eating dinosaurs. The frill might have been used by rival animals to create a threatening display.
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