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How Scientists in Mexico Discovered New Dinosaur Species

Almost 10 years ago, paleontologists in Mexico dug up 72-million-year-old fossils. Now they have finally been able to properly classify the findings. Paleontologists found the crest of the dinosaur, which was over 4-feet long, as well as other parts of the dinosaur's skull, lower and upper jaws, palate and even a part known as the neurocranium, which was where the brain was housed. Inside Edition Digital’s Stephanie Officer explains.

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