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Dinosaur named Judith discovered

May 26, 2016

Fossils of a new dinosaur called a ‘Judith’ dinosaur have been discovered in America.

The fossils came from the Judith River rock formation in the state of Montana and that’s how it got the nickname.

Its official scientific name is a tongue-twisting Spiclypeus shipporum.

The image supplied is what dinosaur experts think the Spiclypeus would have looked like.

Experts think Judith was about 4.5m long, had big horns sticking out to the side over its eyes and spikes at the back of its head pointing in different directions.

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1

It has a nice name.

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lol haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa random lame cool awsome fatso guy here

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hoo cares

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sooooooooooooo llllllllllllllllaaaaaaaaaaaaammmmmmmmmmmmmmmeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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dang cool dinosour is it a tryseara top

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he,he! because they didnt find the fossils on a rock called lydia river!

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HOW DO U SCIENTISTS KNOW WHAT THEY LOOK LIKE, WHAT COLOUR THEY ARE? THEY DON'T HAVE ANY IDEA EXECPT THE FOSSILS-THEY ONLY GIVE THE MAIN BONES AND SHAPE OF DINO.

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Cool

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It has my name!!

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Awesome what a cool article for kids

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is it a boy or a girl???- just wondering

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Woah! This is awesome!! This Dinosaur has my mum's name!

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its named after me !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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omg !!!! i love dinosaurs!!!!!!!!!!!!!they're cool as !!!!!!!!!!

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AWESOME AM I RIGHT OR WHAT ITS SO AMAZING[sorry caps]

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Nice name.

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Noice name

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Alex is the boss

Cool

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So Cool, Quite Fascinating As Well!

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awesome, where is it going to be on desplay?

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so coolllll

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Woh that is so cool

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I wonder why they didn't call it Lydia