Pachycephalosaurus Museum

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Pachycephalosaurus wyomingensis is known only from a few domes (mostly thickenedfrontals and parietals, two of the pairs of bones that make up skulls of all vertebrates - animals with backbones) that have been recovered from regions outside the confines of the quarries and perhaps some teeth recovered from the quarry area.  To see these domes click on the skeleton above.  To return to Pachycephalosaurus page, click here.