Mind-Blowing Dinosaur Skull Baffles Paleontologists

It’s been just revealed that a brand new discovery made by paleontologists managed to blow their minds and question what they used to know. Their assumptions have been shaken to the core.

A newly discovered dinosaur skull baffles experts 

Fox News revealed that a dinosaur skull that has just been discovered managed to shatter the idea that all dinosaurs had symmetrical faces.

The website reveals the fact that the fossilized skull of the Styracosaurus has been recently unearthed, and it seems that it managed to shock experts. They were surprised that it had horns that were not symmetrical.

“When parts of one side of the skull were missing, paleontologists have assumed that the missing side was symmetrical to the one that was preserved,” stated Scott Persons, the expert who discovered the skull. “Turns out, it isn’t necessarily,” he continued in a statement.

“Today, deer often have left and right antlers that are different in terms of their branching patterns. Hannah shows dramatically that dinosaurs could be the same way,” Persons added. He is also one of the study’s co-authors.

This discovery has been made in the Dinosaur Provincial Park, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, back in 2915. It’s been also named Hannah, just like Persons’ dog.

More mind-blowing dino-related news

If you feel like reading more exciting news about dinosaurs, well, we recently reported something else, something much more shocking.

The news of a new animation by NASA got everyone’s attention, mainly because of its subject.

Jessie Christiansen, who is a scientist from NASA, picked to show another image of the well-known dinosaurs.

Christiansen related, “I have always been interested in galactic archaeology, but I don’t think this is what they meant. Did you know that dinosaurs lived on the other side of the Galaxy?”

We recommend that you check out our previous article in order to learn more about this.

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