(Picture by Brian Choo)
   Indian megahorns (Fuciceratops grandis), the largest living furciceratopsids, range from eastern India to the shores of the South China Sea. Females and young live in small herds whilst adult males are usually solitary. Their preferred habitat is grassland and open areas in forests, usually close to a watercourse where they wallow and bathe. Its powerful beak can demolish even the toughest of plants.

    Research suggests that the extracts of the Megahorn's horn possesses an extremely potent aphrodisiac quality and could form the basis of a highly lucrative pharmaceutical trade...

(Text by Brian Choo)
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