Once in a lifetime, a discovery is made that completely changes the way we look at paleontology. In 2006, a group of dinosaur hunters, “Dino Cowboy” Clayton Phipps, Mark Eatman and Chad O'Connor, made such a discovery. Dubbed the ‘Montana Dueling Dinosaurs,’ this exciting find consists of two of the most complete dinosaur skeletons ever found in the Hell Creek Formation. They have been tentatively identified as Nanotyrannus lancensis (a tyrannosaurid related to T. rex) and an unidentified Chasmosaurine (a ceratopsian related to Triceratops). Peter Larson, President of Black Hills Institute of Geological Research (BHI), speculates the animals were engaged in a ‘to the death’ struggle, ultimately resulting in their demise.
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