That's a real dinosaur skull.  Dracorex Hogwartsia.  How awesome is that!  Of course any witch would want a dragon skull in her kitchen!

That's a real dinosaur skull. Dracorex hogwartsia (meaning "dragon king of Hogwarts"). Of course any witch would want a dragon skull in her kitchen!

Dracorex hogwartsia was its  name, which mean the 'Dragon King of Hogwarts', until it was discovered in theory to be early stages of the pachycephalosaurs so it's name isn't legit anymore

Dracorex

Dracorex a pachycephalosaur dinosaur of North America . An artistic impression, a "dragon-like" REAL dinosaur. Remember the word dinosaur was not invented until 1842 by English paleontologist Richard Owen-- before that these animals were called dragons.

A reconstructed skeleton of the Dracorex hogwartsia (Dragon king of Hogwarts).  In the genus of Pachycephalosauridae, dug up in the Hell Creek formation in S. Dakota.  It is possibly a young version of Stygimoloch spinifer.  It got given the name of Dracorex Hogwartsia because it was originally donated to the Children's Museum of Indianapolis.  At least they admit that this one is a dragon!

Dracorex is a dinosaur genus of the family Pachycephalosauridae, from the Late Cretaceous of North America. The type (and only known) species is Dracorex hogwartsia, meaning "dragon king of Hogwarts".

Dracorex hogwartsia by SageKorppi

Dracorex hogwartsia by SageKorppi

alphynix: D is for Dracorex Dracorex hogwartsia was a pachycephalosaur from the very end of the Cretaceous of North America, about 66 million years ago. The one existing specimen was a near-mature juvenile estimated to have been approximately 3m (10ft) long, and it’s likely that the full adult size wasn’t much larger than that. Its name, “dragon king of Hogwarts", is both a reference to its draconic-looking head and a tribute to the Harry Potter series. Known only from a single skull and a…

alphynix: D is for Dracorex Dracorex hogwartsia was a pachycephalosaur from the very end of the Cretaceous of North America, about 66 million years ago. The one existing specimen was a near-mature juvenile estimated to have been approximately 3m (10ft) long, and it’s likely that the full adult size wasn’t much larger than that. Its name, “dragon king of Hogwarts", is both a reference to its draconic-looking head and a tribute to the Harry Potter series. Known only from a single skull and a…

Dracorex Hogwartsia. In Hell Creek Formation in South Dakota back in 2006 there was a new dinosaur found. As a tribute to the dragon it seemed to look so much like it was names "Dracorex hogwartsia" aka "Dragon King of Hogwarts" J.K. Rowling was extremely touched by the action.

Dracorex hogwartsia was a pachycephalosaur from the very end of the Cretaceous…

Do you believe in dragons? Because if you don’t, there is a really remarkable discovery of a ‘dragon skull’ that has been unearthed by a group of paleontologists a few years ago, and if you can stretch your imagination a little bit and add a pair of wings on top you’ll get an authentic dragon. […]

Do you believe in dragons? Because if you don’t, there is a really remarkable discovery of a ‘dragon skull’ allegedly unearthed by a group of paleontologists.

This is a real dinosaur fossil found in Wyoming in 2004. It has been identified as a young Pachycephalosaurus. As the dinosaur ages the spikes on the head smooth out. If this is not a dead on land dragon there simply is not one...

Pachycephalosaurus Facts

This is a real dinosaur fossil found in Wyoming in It has been identified as a young Pachycephalosaurus. As the dinosaur ages the spikes on the head smooth out. If this is not a dead on land dragon there simply is not one.

Discovering a new dinosaur species: Dracorex hogwartsia, Your child will be meeting the team that found this new dinosaur species on October 9th at 2:15 PM.

Discovering a new dinosaur species: Dracorex hogwartsia, Your child will be meeting the team that found this new dinosaur species on October at PM.

Dracorex hogwartsia skull

Dracorex Hogwartsia named after Hogwarts Castle Interactive Model

Dracorex hogwartsia (Bakker et al., 2006)  Described as a new genus but, after further research (Horner JR and Goodwin, M.B., 2009), it is currently considered a juvenile Pachycephalosaurus.

Dracorex hogwartsia (Bakker et al., Described as a new genus but, after further research (Horner JR and Goodwin, M., it is currently considered a juvenile Pachycephalosaurus.

Dracorex - Facts and Pictures

Dracorex - Facts and Pictures

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