|Means||Ornate horned face|
|Size||Length: 15 feet
Height: approx. 6 feet
Weight: 5,511 lbs
Unearthed in 2010 Kosmoceratops is part of series of discoveries that have recently expanded the number of species in the ceratopsia, or horned-face, family of herbivorous dinosaurs. The most ornate skull of any known dinosaur with 10 hooks extending from the short, broad neck frill and 15 horn-like structures, Kosmoceratops is closely allied with Chasmosaurus from Alberta.
Chasmosaurines first appeared in Laramidia around 90 – 80 million years ago and had dispersed around the continent by 77 million years ago, finally giving rise to later species such as Triceratops.