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A “Naaskhoibito lizard” from Late Cretaceous New Mexico. Its name comes from Navajo na‘asho‘i, “lizard creek” and it was named for the Naashoibito Member of the Kirtland Formation, New Mexico. Named by Adrian Paul Hunt and Frederic Augustus Lucas (1852-1929) in 1993.

Dinosaurs butting heads.

Is this a case of a dinosaur trying to defend its territory
against an intruder or is it just a misunderstanding?
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