Pic of the Day: New Dinosaur Discovered With Help of Clevelander

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  • Courtesy of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.

Behold the Koreaceratops hwaseongensis. The new dinosaur was discovered by two scientists and Michael Ryan, a paleontologist with the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.

The remains were unearthed two years ago in South Korea. The name is in honor of the Hwaseong City region where the fossil was found.

Read more about the 100-million-year-old fossil, the discovery, and the work of Ryan here.

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