In 1897, artist Charles Knight painted Agathaumas for Cope, creating an imposing beast which blended the long facial horns of Triceratops with the spiked frill of the Styracosaurus. The artwork was later used as basis for a model Agathaumas used in the 1925 film The Lost World.

In 1897, artist Charles Knight painted Agathaumas for Cope, creating an imposing beast which blended the long facial horns of Triceratops with the spiked frill of the Styracosaurus. The artwork was later used as basis for a model Agathaumas used in the 1925 film The Lost World.




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