Today, a new picture by my good friend Mark Witton, shamelessly stolen from his flickr site. And, yes, it shows the Campanian ceratopsid Styracosaurus albertensis eating a theropod carcass. If you think that the idea of a bristly omnivorous ceratopsid is odd and requires some justification, I will direct you to Mark’s accompanying essay. As he admits, he has – for sure – used artistic license… however, both the presence of bristles in these animals, and the possibility of omnivory, do have some reasonable basis to them. I will say no more. Must do horned dinosaurs on the blog some time (maybe I’ll just recycle more old text from the field guide).