In 2013, a new genus of dinosaur was discovered in Big Bend National Park located in southwest Texas. Named Bravoceratops, this dinosaur lived in North America over 70 million years ago. It originated in the Late Cretaceous Javelina Formation.
This large dinosaur walked on four legs and was known for having two large horns protruding from its massive head. The Bravoceratops also had a small horn on its snout similar to a rhinoceros. These herbivores had skulls reaching seven feet long with horns that were more than three feet in length. Bravoceratops were quite large, weighing up to fifteen thousand pounds.