(Picture by Brett Booth and Daniel Bensen)
        Apart from the lanky false-sauropods, the stormrider (Jugaloceratops robustus) is the largest South American herbivore.  Like their cousins, the dinoceratops, stormriders are low browsers of the forest margin, but these immense animals (which weigh up to a metric ton) have been known to uproot entire trees and always wreak destruction upon the habitats they visit.
(Text by Daniel Bensen)
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