Pachyrhinosaurus is an upcoming ceratopsian.
In Real Life
The largest Pachyrhinosaurus species were 8 metres (26 ft) long. It weighed about four tonnes. They were herbivorous and possessed strong cheek teeth to help them chew tough, fibrous plants.
Instead of horns, their skulls bore massive, flattened bosses; a large boss over the nose and a smaller one over the eyes.
Their habitat consisted of ancient meandering estuary channels, straight channels, peat swamps, river deltas, floodplains, shorelines and wetlands.
Pachyrhinosaurus that lived in St. Mary River Formation lived with Edmontonia, Edmontosaurus, Montanoceratops, Troodon, Thescelosaurus, and Albertosaurus while Pachyrhinosaurus that lived in the Horseshoe Canyon Formation lived with Euoplocephalus, Atrociraptor, Paronychodon, Ornithomimus, Stegoceras, Hypacrosaurus, Saurolophus, Anchiceratops, Gorgosaurus, and Daspletosaurus.