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Prenocephale prenes

Prenocephale prenes is an extinct genus of dinosaur belonging to the Pachycephalosauridae family. It lived during the Late Cretaceous period, approximately 70 million years ago, in what is now Mongolia.

Prenocephale prenes was characterized by its distinctive bony dome on top of its skull, which was made up of thickened bones. This dome was especially prominent in adult individuals and it is believed that it may have been used in intraspecific combat or for display to other members of its species.

This herbivorous dinosaur reached an estimated length of around 2 to 3 meters and its body was covered in scales. It had long, strong hind legs, suggesting that it was an agile runner. Its front limbs, on the other hand, were shorter and were probably used for food manipulation.

Little is known about the exact behavior and diet of Prenocephale prenes, but it is thought to have been primarily herbivorous, feeding on low plants and shrubs. It has been speculated that, like other members of its family, it could also have included insects and small animals in its diet.

The discovery of Prenocephale prenes is based on fragmentary fossil remains, mainly skulls and postcranial elements.

Approximate measurements of the Prenocephale:

  • 1:35 scale - 70mm long
  • 1:20 scale - 125mm long