Big-nosed, horned-faced dinosaur unearthed in Utah

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Dinosaur paleontologist Scott Sampson, is shown making remarks as he stands next to a reconstruction of a "Nasutoceratops titusi" during a news conference at the Natural History Museum of Utah Wednesday, July 17, 2013, in Salt lake City. The dinosaur was a wide-bodied plant-eater that grew to 15 feet long and weighed 2 1/2 tons. It's unique for its oversized nose and exceptionally long, forward-pointing curved horns over the eyes. It's part of the same family as the well-known Triceratops. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
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