Which parts of western Canada did the triceratops live in?
Triceratops fossils have been found in Alberta and Saskatchewan in Canada. Their fossils have also been found in Wyoming, Montana, and Colorado.
Triceratops lived in what is now the western United States and possibly southwestern Canada.
they lived in the western part of Canada and united states :) hope it helps
Triceratops lived in what is now the western United States and southwestern Canada during the late Cretaceous time period.
Yes, jackrabbits are known to live in the southern and western parts of Canada. They are also found in much of the western United States.
There has been a lot of Triceratops fossils found in Western America. Triceratops used to live in the woodland areas of North America so why the fossils have moves to the West is a mystery.
The Triceratops lived in Canada, Wyoming, Montana, Colorado, and North Dakota.
Triceratops is thought to have been one of the last dinosaurs standing. They lived within the forested river valleys of western North America.
Yes. They live in western Canada.
The Plateau tribe lived in Idaho, eastern Oregon, Washington, western Montana, and parts of southern Canada.
Triceratops fossils have been found in the United States in Montana, Wyoming, and Colorado. In Canada, their fossils have been found in the provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan.
Koalas do not live in Canada.
They live in the southern parts of Canada.
Triceratops lived in tropical jungles.
The triceratops lived in Argentina.
Triceratops lived in North America. Triceratops lived in the Cretaceous period.
Raccoons only live in the most southern parts of Canada.
Triceratops lived in the Cretaceous period.
where does triceratops live
No they don't. Prairie dogs are a North American/Mexican species; they live in the grasslands of the western US, the northern states of Mexico and parts of southern Canada.
They live in Alaska and some parts of Canada.
Triceratops lived in the late Cretaceous period.
Triceratops lived in the late cretaceous period.
Most people in Canada live in the southern parts.
Praying Mantis will only live in the southern parts of Canada where it is warm.
Yes, actually zebras do live in Asia. They live in the Southeastern parts of Asia, and the western parts of China.
Approximately 220,000people live in the Western Cordillera of Canada, out of an approximate total of 34,482,779 people living in Canada as of 2011 (Source: Google).
The Triceratops where exstinced 99-65 million years ago!
Triceratops lived for 65 million years.
Western Canada, mostly Manitoba and Saskatchewan
Triceratops did not live at the same time as the spinosaurus, however they both were alive during the Cretaceous period.
cougars live in the USA and parts of Canada across the Rockies.
The triceratops lived in the Late Triassic Period to the Mid Cretaceous Period.
Cougars live in the extreme western region of Canada along the U.S. border. They can be found in mountainous and heavily wooded areas.
moose live in mainly in north U.S.A and parts of Canada
Compared to every other part of Canada (North, East, and South) Western Canada is smaller is size, and population. ... And we do not live in igloos! XD
no Triceratops Did Not Live in Packs. But it Did Live in Herds From Child to Grown up When They Are in Danger They Form a Circle Around The Young Ones in Order to Defend Them From Danger.
Some lived in the western parts some in the eastern
The Bison lives in the Mid Western United States and Canada.
Northern and Western Hemisphere
about 255,000 people live here.
The Triceratops lived about 65,000,000 years ago during the Late Cretaceous period. The Triceratops lived in areas of North America, specifically Wyoming and Colorado.
They live in the northern parts because there is more forest up there
The spectacled bear (Tremarctos ornatus), also known as the Andean bear or Andean short-faced bear is found in Columbia and a few other South American countries,
Yes,They did live in packs. Good question.
The lime hawk moths live in the western parts of washington state
the prairies and the north
in Africa, Europe, and parts of western Asia
There are different branches of triceratops, such as triceratops horridus etc, each living in different locations and habitats. Some would live in grasslands, some would live in forests, some live in river banks and some live high altitude places. Their relative, the pentaceratops, have been found in alaska, where it was snowing and freezing all the time.