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800 TEETH DINOSAUR - FOUND!!!

A dinosaur has been discovered by a paleontologists from southern Utah. The dinosaur was about 30-feet tall and survived before 75 million years ago. The dinosaur had a duck billed snout and 800 teeth.


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There was a circular bones just infront of it's snout which held up to 800 teeth. The dinosaur used to loose many teeth during it's each dinner. The name of the species is the Gryposaurus monumentensis. It is showed to public on wednessday at the Big Water Visitor Center.


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According to a research curator, “It’s like a duck-billed dinosaur on steroids”. The totalskull was discovered in 2002.


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This is the second new species of dinosaur discovered from the fossil-rich area of southern Utah. The article announcing the new species is in the Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society.

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