Leptoceratops (meaning "little-horned face") is a small primitive horned dinosaur from the family Leptoceratopsidae from the Late Cretaceous North America. Leptoceratops is around 6 ft long and 2 ft tall and had an estimated weight of 60 to 200 kg. As a small herbivore it was probably hunted by a range of small and medium sized carnivores such as ppTroodon]], Dakotaraptor and Acheroraptor but would be a somewhat dangerous opponent.

Jurassic Park FranchiseEdit

Leptoceratops does not appear in the Jurassic Park novels or movies.


The Lost World: Jurassic ParkEdit


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Leptoceratops appears in The Lost World: Jurassic Park when you play as the Compsognathus. It can be found in the first two levels, High Ridge and Rainforest where it guards the DNA. Due to its large size, compared to the player, it can do a large amount of damage to the player although successfully killing it does reward you with a lot of health. The main attack of the Leptoceratops is a bucking-goring motion making head on attacks difficult although an attack from behind can do a large amount of damage. It is believed that Leptoceratops could stand and run on its hind legs as well as walk on all fours as it does in the game.

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