A genus of herbivorous dinosaurs of the subfamily ceratophoridae, found in the late Cretaceous late Maastrichtian strata of North America, about 68 million to 65 million years ago. Triceratops, one of the latest dinosaurs, are often regarded as the representative fossils of the late Cretaceous. At present, there are two effective species: Triceratops and Triceratops, but other genera have been named. Triceratops are also one of the most famous dinosaurs. They are also very popular in popular culture.