The Bifurcatops, Bifurcatops peritus, is a agile, graceful, long-legged protoceratopsid from the uplands of Skull Island. It measures 6-10 feet long.
The gazelle-like Bifurcatops is the smallest and most delicate of the ceratopsians of Skull Island. Its distinct, almost horseshoe-shaped frill and horn array is not robust enough for physical contests. Instead, males engage in elaborate dances, bowing and swaying before females to impress them.
Fleet and nimble, they can traverse the dizzy heights of the crumbling mountains with ease and grace, eating low plants that stud the rocky slopes in herds.
Predators include Arsartis and Gladiodon.