Research is drawing attention to the (prehistoric) jungle beaches of Utah.
Strange, newly-discovered dinosaurs like Kosmoceratops Richardsoni — which looks like a 15-horned triceratops — once luxuriated on Utah’s beaches.
There was once an ocean which extended though midwest America. The western U.S. was part of a continent called “Laramidia,” with Utah forming an eastern beach for the seashore.
What was confusing scientists is why so many strange dinosaurs lived in such small areas — and nowhere else?
It seems Utah has long been a home to all kinds of residents. Even the kinds with horns.
Images: National Geographic, U.S. Government.