Tlatolophus galorum

Tlatolophus galorum is a unique species of dinosaur that was discovered in 2013 in northern Mexico. It is estimated to have died some 72-73 million years ago. Like elephants, this herbivore dinosaur has ears that have the capacity to hear low frequency sounds. This dinosaur may have been able to make loud noises to scare away predators. Its name is derived from two terms tlahtolli (word) and lophus (crest).

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