July 18, 2013 Andy Cush

The skeleton of the Nasutoceratops titusi has been hanging in a Utah museum for about a year and a half, but it wasn’t until now that it had a name. Translated to “big nosed horned face” in English, the Latin Nasutoceratops couldn’t be a more fitting moniker–the beast’s schnoz is truly massive, and, according to National Geographic, “had large air spaces–or […]

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