New Dino, Cousin of Triceratops, Discovered
The triceratops' cousin is not only a new species; it's a whole new branch on the dinosaur family tree.
When paleontologist Scott Sampson dug up a nearly 6-foot Nasutoceratops titusi skull in Utah in 2006, he also uncovered hints of what life was like 76 million years ago for creatures on the hot, half-flooded landmass called Laramidia.
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