Hopefully, most of you will already be aware that Tsintaosaurus has a new, far more dignified look, with its unfortunate unicorn horn replaced by a far more elegant affair reminiscent of other lambeosaurine hadrosaurs. This is thanks to Albert Prieto-Márquez and Jonathan Wagner, in a paper published in PLOS ONE (so it's free, free, free! To view). Show More Summary
A new species of dinosaur has been uncovered in Utah. It was named Nasutoceratops titusi, which means means "big-nosed horned face." An apt name. A University of Utah grad student discovered the first specimen in 2006 in the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in the high desert of southern Utah. Show More Summary
Weird fossil sheds light on dinosaurs’ lost continent (via AFP) Palaeontologists in Utah on Wednesday said they had found the fossil of a strange horned dinosaur which roamed an island continent known as Laramidia. Dubbed Nasotoceratops titusi, the creature lived during the Late Cretaceous about 76 million years…
Palaeontologists in Utah on Wednesday said they had found the fossil of a strange horned dinosaur which roamed an island continent known as Laramidia. Dubbed Nasutoceratops titusi, the creature lived during the Late Cretaceous about 76 million years ago. Show More Summary
All the dinosaurs have been dead for literally millions of years, but we still manage to find some new ones every once in a while. Case in point: Nasutoceratops titusi , which was recently made an officially recognized species as described in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society. Show More Summary
Meet Nasutoceratops titusi ('big-nose horned face'), a new species of dinosaur related to the triceratops that was recently discovered in Utah. I think he's kind of cute looking. I mean I'm not going to ask him to prom or anything, but...Show More Summary
There’s a new dinosaur in southern Utah — a relative of the triceratops called nasutoceratops (“big-nose horned-face”) and noted for its large nose and big horns. The dinosaur got the name “nasutoceratops” after describing itself to a sketch artist … Continue reading ?
"Nasutoceratops translates as 'big-nose horned face." Scientists don't know why this Triceratops relative had such a large nose. Take a gander at what they think it looked like.
A remarkable new species of horned dinosaur has been unearthed in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, southern Utah. The huge plant-eater inhabited Laramidia, a landmass formed when a shallow sea flooded the central region of North America, isolating western and eastern portions for millions of years during the Late Cretaceous Period. Show More Summary
A new dinosaur. "The horns are by far the absolute largest of any member of its group of dinosaurs - they curve sideways and forwards... In addition it has the biggest nose of its group too."
Disney's Alan Horn and John Lasseter will preview animated movies such as Frozen and The Good Dinosaur at the annual convention. [...]
Logo by Kristian Horn What the $% is ZOMBIES & SHARKS? Greetings, all. Ambush Bug here with another AICN HORROR: ZOMBIES & SHARKS column. Before we dive into the reviews, here are a few news bits of worth. After posting the Kickstarter...Show More Summary
Judiceratops tigris, a New Horned Dinosaur from the Middle Campanian Judith River Formation of MontanaAuthor:1. Nicholas R. LongrichAffiliation:a. Department of Geology and Geophysics, Yale University, P.O. Box 208109, New Haven CT 06520-8109...Show More Summary
The record will show that I'm a pretty big fan of ninjas, dinosaurs, and things that are a ninja or dinosaur while also being something else, so it should come as no surprise that I've been a fan of Jason Horn's Ninjasaur ever since I picked up... Read more Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Canadian researchers found the horned dinosaur hiding in storage
Scientists say they've - rather belatedly - identified a completely new type of large, horned dinosaur after re-examining fossils originally collected in 1958. read more
A new species of horned dinosaur has been officially recognized in Canada, after being misidentified as a similar species for sixty years. Xenoceratops (literally "alien-horned face"), is a distant cousin of the triceratops and lived 80-million years ago. Show More Summary
After being discovered and misidentified back in 1958, the fossil remains of a massive twenty foot long, two-ton horned dinosaur found in Alberta have finally been acknowledged as a new species. Although there's no evidence, scientists...Show More Summary
Scientists have named a new species of horned dinosaur (ceratopsian) from Alberta, Canada. Xenoceratops foremostensis (Zee-NO-Sare-ah-tops) was identified from fossils originally collected in 1958. Approximately 20 feet long and weighing...Show More Summary