An unusual new species of dinosaur, unearthed from the deserts of Utah, has been described by scientists.
The 5m-long (15ft) beast is a member of the triceratops family, but with a huge nose and exceptionally long horns, palaeontologists say it is unlike anything they have seen before.
It has been named accordingly as Nasutoceratops titusi, which means big-nose, horn-face.
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Nasutoceratops:'Big-nose, horn-face' dinosaurnasutoceratops titusi big-nose horn-face dinosaur utah
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