Triceratops dinosaurs are so much fun to color because they have interesting bumps and plates. You can make them almost any color you want. Did you know they lived in the late Jurassic period 163.5 million years ago? Their maximum speed was 4.3 mph or 7 km/hr.
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Ready to learn about the three horned dinosaur called the Triceratops. This dinosaur fact sheet about triceratops is free to download as a printable PDF document. What does the name Triceratops mean? Triceratops translates to “three-horned face”. This name was given to it because of the three horns on its skull. What family was the … Read more
Here is Thomas Triceratops standing in front of some prehistoric plants, with the mountains behind him. Thomas has some unique features, such as stripes or spots, so how will you color his to make him stand out among her friends and family? Will you color the stripes and spots in the same colors? Will use … Read more
This baby Triceratops hatched early this week and the mother gave the baby some time to get used to the new world. Now that time has passed, the mother wants to teach the baby how to look for food, find water, find their way around, and more. The baby is excited to learn and the … Read more
This baby Triceratops hatched and went to explore with its mother. The dad Triceratops wanted to take a picture to remember the moment, so he asked them to pose. The mother smiled and the baby copied the smile while cuddling in its mother’s neck. What colors will you use for the cute mother, child moment? … Read more
This Triceratops went for a walk to get some food when he saw his friend in the distance. Instead of walking up to his friends and saying hello, he thought it would be funnier to yell out their name and startle them. When he did that, his friend jumped up screased, which made this silly … Read more
This baby Triceratops just hatched earlier today and went to the nearby forest to explore. While exploring, they came across a prehistoric snail. The snail also hatched earlier in the day, so both were surprised when they saw each other. The Triceratops was happy, but the snail was slightly scared. Soon, they become good friends. … Read more
This baby Triceratops just hatched today. When their opened their eyes, they were amazed by all the nature and scenery around them. They are excited to explore this new world as time goes on. What color do you think Triceratop eggs are? Do you think they are the same color as the Triceratops? Have fun … Read more
This baby Triceratops is getting ready to start his first day of school. He is a little scared to start, but that will not stop him. His is chosing to be brave and is determined to have a great first day. This brave baby is ready to be colored. Feel free to also draw things … Read more
This baby Triceratops went on a walk with their mother and, while on the walk, they witnessed a volcano erupting. This made them very excited because they love volcanos. What color will you make this happy and excited triceratops? Make sure to color in the volcano as well as the plants around them. You can … Read more
These four babies in this picture are a Spinosaurus, a Parasaurolophus, a Plesiosaur, and Triceratops. Their parents set up this playdate so they could get to know each other better and become good friends. Color in these four babies using the colors you like. You can make them match or make them look completely different. … Read more
Here is a Chatty Chasmosaurus going for a walk to look for some food, when she sees some of her friends in the distance also looking for food. She started snacking on some tasty plants and wanted her friends to join her, so she called out to them. What type of plants do you think … Read more
Tracy triceratops is taking a stroll through the trees on a clear day to visit her friends. While on her way, she decided to stop and admire the beautiful prehistoric plants and nature around her. What color do you think the plants are? Do the colors match or contrast the color of Tracy and her … Read more
This smiling triceratops was posing for a picture to show off his stripes and horns when a volcano erupted behind him. Luckily, the picture was snapped before the sound startled him and made him jump. What color do you think his stripes and horns are? Don’t forget to color in the volcano and the prehistoric … Read more
Here is Priscilla Triceratops standing in front of some prehistoric plants, with the mountains behind her. Unlike her family, Priscilla does not have stripes or spots, so how will you color her to make her stand out among her friends and family? Will you give her stripes and spots? Will use multiple colors? The choice … Read more
Here is Grandpa Triceratops going for walk to visit his grandchildren. Grandpa here is starting to get lines on his horns and more wrinkles on his body as he gets older. How else do you think triceratops change as they get older? Color in grandpa how you think Triceratops look as they grow old. Don’t … Read more
These two triceratops brothers got into a little argument about who has the nicer spots. They decided to settle it with a friendly horn-wrestling match. Who do you think will win? What color spots do you think their spots will be? Make sure to color the plants and scenery around them, don’t forget the volcano … Read more
This triceratops has found her way into the jungle and is admiring the mossy rocks. Color in all the moss and rocks and then maybe match her spots with the same colors for camouflage. Or make her stand out using different colors. It is up to you! You can download this page by clicking the … Read more
Trudy the Triceratops likes to be outside. Can you color her page and make the grass green and the sky blue? What color will you make her skin? Because large modern-day warm-blooded animals, such as elephants and rhinoceroses, are grey and brown, many scientists think that the dinosaurs were, too. But other paleontologists (dinosaur scientists) say that dinosaur … Read more
This happy triceratops is waiting to be colored. What color will you make his stripes and stops? Don’t forget to color in the volcano and the prehistoric plants. You can download this page by clicking the download button below. It’s free.