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Tribonceratops is a genus of chocolate ceratopsid dinosaur that first appeared during the early 21st century in what is now Detroit, Michigan. It is one of the only known edible dinosaur genera. The name "Tribonceratops", which means Bon Bon Bon horned face, is sort-of derived from Ancient Greek in the brains of chocolatiers. Bearing a large chocolate horn and four legged body, it possesses similarities to the, also uncommon, chocolate rhinoceros. This is a "fully-filled" certopsid has been observed in Dark, Milk and White. Although the Tribonceratops can quickly procreate, it remains threatened due to it's delicious nature.
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