It is difficult to imagine that this tiny creature is one of the oldest relatives of Triceratops…at least, until you see the small, evolving frill, beaked jaws, and wedge-shaped skull. This example of Archaeoceratops has one of the best preserved skulls known for the genus. This is a perfect replica for a Ceratopsian exhibit, or just on its own.
Mounted skeleton is available separately, see Replica Skeletons.
For in-situ presentation see Skeletons in Matrix