Meet the Collection of Fire Dinos: This page features the Fire Triceratops
Compared to the more common forest-dwelling Triceratops, these fiery cousins look like living creatures of flame. Perhaps they have a little dragon blood in their ancestry?
Adult Fire Triceratops
Below, we see a beautiful Dino-Diorama featuring a family of these three-horned Fire Triceratops dinos. Looks like Mom has quite the brood to take care of. The fiery eggs, require lots of warmth to incubate so these fire dinos often nest near active volcanoes and lava flows.
Dino-Diorama Featuring a Fire Triceratops Family during a late Cretaceous lightning storm.
Life Stats for the Fire Triceratops Species Name: FireTriceratops Common Name: Fire Triceratops BiomeID: Volcano Tier: Desert, Tier 3 Rarity Group: Supershiny Probability: 0 Eggs, Sorry, can't get him from random eggs. Hatch Time: 16 hours, Hurry Hatch: 10 crystals Cost: Value of triceratopsCost Crystals Descriptions: 1. Hot to the touch! 2. A real firebrand! 3. Likes campfires.
This dino's name literally means three-horned face, using the Greek combo Tri (three) + Keras (horn) + Ops (face). It evolved those horns to defend against its mortal enemy - the Tyrannosaurus.
Comparative Dino AnatomyEdit
Table showing life stages of the Fire Tricieratops, from egg to baby, then toddler and teen.
For comparison purposes, here are the corresponding life stages, for the common Triceratops.