The fossilized skull of a duck-billed dinosaur called Augustynolophus is revealed in a 1940 paleontological excavation in the Panoche Hills of western Fresno County. The dinosaur's lower jaw is toward the top of this image.
The fossilized skull of a duck-billed dinosaur called Augustynolophus is revealed in a 1940 paleontological excavation in the Panoche Hills of western Fresno County. The dinosaur's lower jaw is toward the top of this image. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles
The fossilized skull of a duck-billed dinosaur called Augustynolophus is revealed in a 1940 paleontological excavation in the Panoche Hills of western Fresno County. The dinosaur's lower jaw is toward the top of this image. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles
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California gets an official state dinosaur. Can you guess its name?

September 23, 2017 02:25 PM

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