|Type II and Type I skulls, respectively|
left to right.
In addition we can look at the Prenocephale ourselves a little to augment what is presented above. Prenocephale, being a pachycephalosaur of the frontoparietal domed skull variety had a large rounded roof to their skull formation. Unlike many pachycephalosaurs where the skull is typically the only complete skeletal region recovered the skull of Prenocephale was mostly complete and a majority of the skeleton was also found in the Gobi desert by a joint venture of Mongolian and Polish scientists and described in 1974. Its name means "sloping head" and this clearly refers to the slope seen in the dome toward the front of the skull.
|The clipping beak of Zuniceratops|
|Though from an upward angle below|
the skull, we can see that there is the
potential for the fields of vision to at
least slightly overlap.