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Re: [dinosaur] Dueling dinosaurs of Montana

In brief: no one still thinks it is a new ceratopsian species. It is Triceratops.

And since the specimen is under lock and key, there is no science being published on it. Maybe someday.

Good day,

 I would like to ask, if there is anything new with the unique find of
"dueling dinosaurs" from the Hell Creek fm., a tyrannosaurid
(_Nanotyrannus lancensis_?) and a ceratopsian, which is probably a new
species? Is there a chance it will be saved for science? Thank you in
advance, Tom

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