Utahceratops was a large-sized, robustly-built, ground-dwelling, quadrupedal herbivore. It was identified to have been in the state of Utah, and its name means Utah Horned Face. Utahceratops were herbivores who lived during the Upper Cretaceous perios about 75 million years ago. They could grow up to an estimated 23 feet long, and had short brow horns and a serrated neck shield.
Measures 5"L x 2.9"H.