❃ Interestingly, if the pentaceratops lived today, we wouldn't be as surprised if we're already used to seeing the rhinoceros—just a bigger variation. It grew up to 28 feet long, about 10 feet high, and weighed a massive 8 tons.
❃ More likely than not, the pentaceratops had little to no problems with predators. With its shield-like skull, it could have used it the same was as rhinos do—like a battering ram of sorts
❃ Don't get the pentaceratops wrong, though. Despite its knack for defense and offense, it was a calm herbivore that stayed low to the ground, feasting on cycads, mosses, and seed ferns.