This group of Triceratops is well known around Extinction Coast. The herd is a family unit, and in this painting, they’re stopping at the local watering hole. It gets cold around Extinction Coast in the winter (though, not as cold as it used to–snow is common but never sticks around for long).
The Triceratops are generally pretty easy to get along with, though they can get territorial. If you see them, it’s best just to leave them alone.
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