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Uncommon tooth discover reveals horned dinosaurs in japanese North America

An opportunity discovery in Mississippi supplies the primary proof of an animal intently associated to Triceratops in japanese North America. The fossil, a tooth from rocks between sixty eight and sixty six million years previous, exhibits that two halves of … Continue reading

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Timetree courting within the absence of a fossil report in Asian Horned Frogs

New analysis has resolved a 195-yr previous confusion relating to relationships between the species of Asian Horned Frogs, an enigmatic group of frogs typically with horn-like projections over their eyes. Using DNA sequences, they found many probably new species on … Continue reading

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Scientists redefine horned dinosaur relationships by naming two new ceratopsian tribes

Scientists identify two new tribes of ceratopsian dinosaurs based on distinctions in frill ornamentation. These two tribes employed different strategies and lived side-by-side in the Late Cretaceous in what is now western North America. Paleontology News — ScienceDaily

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New horned dinosaur species with ‘spiked shield’

A chance fossil discovery in Montana a decade ago has led to the identification of an audacious new species of horned dinosaur. What sets Spiclypeus shipporum apart from other horned dinosaurs such as the well-known Triceratops is the orientation of … Continue reading

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New horned dinosaur had spikes at back of neck shield

A new horned dinosaur discovered in Utah had two spikes projecting from the back of its neck shield, according to a study published May 18, 2016 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Eric Lund from the Ohio University Heritage … Continue reading

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Triceratops gets a cousin: Researchers identify another horned dinosaur species

Researchers have described a new species of plant-eating dinosaur, Hualianceratops wucaiwanensis, that stood on its hind feet and was about the size of a spaniel. It is similar in age to the oldest-known member of the ‘horned dinosaurs,’ Yinlong downsi, … Continue reading

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Triceratops gets a cousin: Researchers identify another horned dinosaur species

The Ceratopsia family is growing again. Researchers have described a new species of plant-eating dinosaur, Hualianceratops wucaiwanensis, that stood on its hind feet and was about the size of a spaniel. It is similar in age to the oldest-known member … Continue reading

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Rare fossil of a horned dinosaur found from ‘lost continent’

A rare fossil from eastern North America of a dog-sized horned dinosaur has been identified by a scientist. The fossil provides evidence of an east-west divide in North American dinosaur evolution. Paleontology News — ScienceDaily

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Rare fossil of a horned dinosaur found from ‘lost continent’

This is an illustration of the ceratopsian dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous period of eastern North America. A rare fossil from eastern North America of a dog-sized horned dinosaur has been identified by a scientist at the University of Bath. … Continue reading

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Rare fossil of a horned dinosaur found from ‘lost continent’

A rare fossil from eastern North America of a dog-sized horned dinosaur has been identified by a scientist at the University of Bath. The fossil provides evidence of an east-west divide in North American dinosaur evolution. read more (e) Science … Continue reading

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