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New Species Of Horned Dinosaur With Flashy, Butterfly-Shaped Frill Discovered In Montana

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From Western Digs:

One of the most abundant and diverse families of dinosaurs from the Ancient West has a new member among its ranks.

Two new specimens of ceratopsid, or horn-faced dinosaur, have been found in separate locations in the U.S. and Canada, and their shared features are so distinctive that paleontologists say they “definitively” represent a species that’s new to science.

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The team reports their find in the journal Naturwissenschaften.

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