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A new dinosaur with long horns and a big nose that roamed the badlands of Utah has been unearthed by palaeontogists.
It has been named Nasutoceratops titusi, is thought to be a cousin of the Triceratops, and had a large nose and exceptionally long, forward curving horns over its eyes.
Its skull and other fossil bones were dug up in a vast and rugged desert region of the state by researchers from Denver and Utah Universities and are now on display at the Natural History Museum of Utah in Salt Lake City.
Originally posted by midnightstar
Wow Deno!! come home boy we have been looking for you for a 100 million years.
well weird looking at a animal that size witha beak