(1) Triceratops: is a genus of herbivorous dinosaurs of the genus Diptera. The fossils were found in the Late Cretaceous Late Maastricht terraces in North America, about 6800. 10,000 years ago to 65 million years ago. The Triceratops is one of the latest dinosaurs and is often used as a representative fossil of the Late Cretaceous.
(2) Stegosaurus: A herbivorous quadruped dinosaur in the late Jurassic period. Stegosaurus is a giant dinosaur. It is a herbivore that survived in the late Jurassic and early Cretaceous periods. It has a back on its back. A huge bone plate and a dangerous tail with four spikes to defend against predator attacks, about 12 meters long and 7 meters high, weighs 4 tons.
(3) Protoceratops: In Greek, meaning “the first horned face”, it is a species of horned dinosaur that survived in the Upper Cretaceous Campan stage. The original horned dragon belongs to the original horned dragon family, which is a group of early horned dragons. Unlike the late horned dinosaurs, the protoceratops lack a well-developed horn and have some original features.
(4) Tyrannosaurus Rex: Also known as Tyrannosaurus Rex, the name means the cruel lizard king, one of the largest carnivorous animals in history and the most famous carnivorous dinosaur, one of the earliest species of dinosaurs. The bite force is the first in terrestrial and carnivorous dinosaurs, and it is also the most sturdy carnivorous dinosaur. The Maastricht stage, which survived the end of the Cretaceous period, was the last non-bird dinosaur species before the Cretaceous-Tertiary extinction event, dating back to the end of the Cretaceous period of about 68.5 million years to 65.5 million years