Nature today | A 67-million-year-old time capsule: fossil teeth reveal Triceratops’ lifestyle

67 million years ago, five triceratops died. The cause of death will always remain partly a mystery, but the heavy rains in North America at the time most likely led to flooding and drowning. Millions of years later, paleontologists can excavate and use the bones to discover more about the life and behavior of triceratops. … Read more

Nature today | A 67-million-year-old time capsule: fossil teeth reveal Triceratops’ lifestyle

67 million years ago, five triceratops died. The cause of death will always remain partly a mystery, but the heavy rains in North America at the time most likely led to flooding and drowning. Millions of years later, paleontologists can excavate and use the bones to discover more about the life and behavior of triceratops. … Read more