(Picture by Matti Aumala)

    The Indian catoblepine, gonnuc, hasn't grown nearly as big as its European relatives, because ceratopsians still dominate the large herbivore niches in Southern asia. It lives in small, loose herds, where the dominance among males is determined by butting contests. As a result, the gonnuc's central horn has evolved into a large, flat boss.

    The beluboses aren't as migratory as most of their close relatives, though they also roam around the grasslands of south and central Europe.

(Text by Matti Aumala)
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