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Stanley Friesen writes,
>Unfortunately I do not have precise provenance of all specimens available
>to be sure one way or the other. I do not *know* of any truly inland
>specimens of _Triceratops_, but that is not conclusive, given my limited
The Ruby Site, a hadrosaur dominated bonebed in the NW corner of South Dakota,
has some _Triceratops_ material (Hell Creek Formation). The depositional
environment has been concluded to be a high-energy fluvial environment (water
was moving fast). I would assume that this would also suggest that it was also
an inland deposit.
Black holes are where God divided by zero.