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<< 2) What is the current conception of the "unicorn" crest of Tsintaosaurus?
The explanation I have heard is that there is really no unicorn crest at all.
Here goes: The skeleton was found with the nasal bone flipped up (in the
position of the "crest"). The bone was plastered into place in that position
and that's how we've seen it ever since. In actuality, the nasal bone was
fitted onto the skull typically, and the "crest" structure is nonexistent.
This isn't my explanation, however - it's just the one that was given to me.