INAH reports that it is a huge dinosaur of the Tlatolophus galorum species about 73 million years ago
Mexican paleontologists determined New species of dinosaurs The institute reported on Thursday that it came from a specimen found in northern Mexico that died about 73 million years ago. Anthropology and History (INAH).
About species lat. Its tail was first discovered in 2013 on Ejido Guadalupe Alamitos (Ejido Guadalupe Alamitos), General Cepeda, General City of Coahuila, northern Mexico.
Later, when continuing to excavate, the scientists found 80% of his skull, 1.32-meter crest and bones such as femur and scapula, allowing them to define “2021” as 9 species of dinosaurs, pointing out Ina
The institute added that paleontologists also suspected that they “made loud noises to frighten carnivores or for breeding purposes,” indicating that “the ridges are brightly colored.”
INAH said the discovery is still under investigation and has been published in the scientific journal “Cretaceous Research”.
Tlatolophus is a derivative of the Nahua word tlahtolli and the Greek lophus (meaning word and crest).
The pinnacle of the animal concluded: “The crown of this animal resembles a small tongue, a symbol used by the people of Central America to express their communicative actions and knowledge in communication.” Ina