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|Between the poor field work, and dubious lab work, I formed the opinion that the "triceratops horn core" was not a dinosaur at all. I have suspected a Quaternary bison.|
Here is their find
Here is a fossil bison horn circa 30,000 BC
Both are the same size, approx. 60 cm long x 25 cm diameter.
I wonder if Kevin will tell us how they did identify this as coming from a triceratops. All the paper has is this
|The length, girth and external morphology of the fossil was consistent with other Triceratops horns recovered from the Hell Creek Formation. Disarticulated Triceratopsr ibs(HCTR-11) and vertebrae(HCTV 22) found within a mile of the horn were also recovered for analysis.|
So it superficially looked like a triceratops horn and other pieces of triceratops were found within a mile. I'd think they would need a much better method of identification than that.
If it looks designed, then it must be designed.
If it looks like a triceratops, then it must be a triceratops.
Geez, they're all alike.
And even if it is a triceratops horn, there are some problems and unanswered questions in regard to the other claims about it.
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