A full-bodied, earthy blend with herby and nutty notes accentuates the strength of this animal, both physically and within the paleontological world and media, and hints of spice remind us of its combative and competitive tendencies.
One of the most beloved and popular dinosaurs, Triceratops was the dominant herbivore of its era, and went face-to-face with Tyrannosaurus rex until their extinction. Its crest was long thought to be a defense mechanism, but recent evidence suggests that it was actually used for display and courtship purposes, much like the antlers on deer. Solitary specimens are overwhelmingly more common than not, which means that this species was much more independent and territorial than it would seem.
this blend is in a 'ship
Triceratops horridus has hooked up with Protoceratops andrewsi.
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