A rare triceratops skeleton has been discovered at a construction site in Thornton, Colorado.
According to an article published by National Geographic, construction crews found the bones on July 31, 2017 while digging for the build of a police and fire station.
The skeleton, which is approximately 66 million year old, was authenticated by the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. The museum hopes to display the fossil once it has been safely moved and studied.
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