TAPHONOMY OF A MONODOMINANT CENTROSAURUS APERTUS (DINOSAURIA: CERATOPSIA) BONEBED FROM THE UPPER OLDMAN FORMATION OF SOUTHEASTERN ALBERTA Authors:Chiba et alAbstract:The horned dinosaur Centrosaurus apertus from the Belly River Group...Show More Summary
Potential New Addition to the Ceratopsidae Family Everything Dinosaur has received reports that scientists from the Museum of the Rockies (Bozeman, Montana), may have discovered a new species of horned dinosaur (Ceratopsidae family). The fossils including elements of the skull were originally found during fieldwork on the Judith River Formation back in 2012, but it […]
Horned Dinosaur Skull Found in South Dakota Might Be New Species The small town in Buffalo in the north-west of South Dakota was so named as back in the 19th Century vast herds of buffalo (American bison), roamed across this part of the world. However, another type of horned animal has got local townsfolk excited, one that […]
North America’s Newest Centrosaurine is Also One of its Oldest The Royal Ontario Museum (Canada) put on exhibit this week the horned dinosaur Wendiceratops (W. pinhornensis) and what a splendid new addition this exhibit is. There has been lots of media coverage regarding this dinosaur, but we at Everything Dinosaur wanted to clarify three points […]
North America's Newest Centrosaurine is Also One of its Oldest The Royal Ontario Museum (Canada) put on exhibit this week the horned dinosaur Wendiceratops (W. pinhornensis) and what a splendid new addition this exhibit is. There has been lots of media coverage regarding this dinosaur, but we at Everything Dinosaur wanted to clarify three points […]
Buried on a hillside in the Alberta badlands, a group of horned dinosaurs lay at rest for 79 million years. Now, half a decade after first being spotted by a fossil hunter, their mystery has been uncovered. A team of Canadian scientists...Show More Summary
Paleontologists in Canada have uncovered a new species of horned dinosaur that’s the oldest known relative of Triceratops. Read more...
Cranial Anatomy of Wendiceratops pinhornensis gen. et sp. nov., a Centrosaurine Ceratopsid (Dinosauria: Ornithischia) from the Oldman Formation (Campanian), Alberta, Canada, and the Evolution of Ceratopsid Nasal Ornamentation. PLoS One, Evans & Ryan Coverage with audio interview at NPR PR at CMNH
Sasha Harris-Lovett, "Meet Wendiceratops, a horned dinosaur unlike any other", LA Times 7/8/2015: Move over Indominus Rex – scientists have discovered a previously unknown dinosaur in Canada that's cooler than any “Jurassic World” creation. And it’s real. The creature, a member of the family of horned dinosaurs, was an older cousin of Triceratops that lived […]
Scientists have published a study revealing that they have discovered a new species of horned dinosaur which has been named Wendiceratops pinhornensis, after Wendy Sloboda, who found the fossils in Canada's Alberta province.
A newly named dinosaur whose head frill was adorned with curly horns has joined the ranks of the legendary family that includes the Triceratops, paleontologists said Wednesday. The lumbering creature is named Wendiceratops pinhornensis,...Show More Summary
Move over Indominus Rex - scientists have discovered a previously unknown dinosaur in Canada that's cooler than any "Jurassic World" creation. And it's real.
The dinosaur's horns were key to mating
Paleontologists say its "gnarly" collar of curled horns "makes it one of the most striking horned dinosaurs ever found"
Scientists have discovered a striking new species of horned dinosaur based on fossils collected from a bone bed in southern Alberta, Canada. Wendiceratops pinhornensis was approximately 6 meters long and weighed more than a ton. It lived...Show More Summary
Say hello to one of Triceratops' oldest relatives. Scientists recently discovered the fossilized bones of a striking new species of horned dinosaur in southern Alberta, Canada. The 200-plus fossils are believed to have belonged to four specimens of Wendiceratops pinhornenis--three adults and one young dino. Show More Summary
A new species of horned ceratopsid dinosaur, Wendiceratops, has been discovered in Alberta, Canada, and it provides clues about the evolution about horns in dinosaurs and more.
Paleontologists just uncovered a treasure trove of more than 200 bones from a new species of dinosaur found in Alberta, Canada, and it’s a doozy: the animal, called Wendiceratops, boasts a massive crown of gnarly, hook-like horns and the earliest example of a big ‘ole face horn among horned dinos like Triceratops. Show More Summary
It’s a very exciting time to be a paleontologist interested in horned dinosaurs. New species are being described at an incredible rate. But, it’s not the fact that they are new that’s important–it’s what the fossils say about the evolution, anatomy, and … Continue reading » The post Welcome, Wendiceratops! appeared first on The Integrative Paleontologists.