Happy Dinosaur Day! Here are a pair of recently hatched Protoceratops andrewsi, which at full size could weigh as much as 500 pounds. The name Protoceratops, which means “first horned face,” was inspired by this species’ rudimentary nose horn. Like all ceratopsians—or “horned-face” dinosaurs, a group that includes Triceratops and Psittacosaurus—Protoceratops was an herbivore. Get a closer look at these two and at other ceratopsian dinosaurs in the Museum’s Hall of Ornithischian Dinosaurs.
It’s time for Trilobite Tuesday! Even very early on in their swim through evolutionary time, trilobites were an amazingly diverse class. In fact, soon after their emergence in the Cambrian seas, the n..
Happy birthday to Maria Reiche, known as the Lady of the Lines—the Nasca lines, that is. Born on this day in 1903, Reiche was a German mathematician who moved to Peru and dedicated much of her life to..
Ever wonder what the difference is between horns and antlers? We’re here to help set the record straight. Horns do not branch and are made from a kind of keratin, a hard protein, that grows continuous..
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