A sculpture prepared by the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County shows what scientists believe the dinosaur Augustynolophus looked like. The only two specimens ever found of the dinosaur were discovered in the Panoche Hills and Tumey Hills of western Fresno County. Augustynolophus may be the only dinosaur with its own Twitter account.
A sculpture prepared by the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County shows what scientists believe the dinosaur Augustynolophus looked like. The only two specimens ever found of the dinosaur were discovered in the Panoche Hills and Tumey Hills of western Fresno County. Augustynolophus may be the only dinosaur with its own Twitter account. Stephanie Abromowicz
A sculpture prepared by the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County shows what scientists believe the dinosaur Augustynolophus looked like. The only two specimens ever found of the dinosaur were discovered in the Panoche Hills and Tumey Hills of western Fresno County. Augustynolophus may be the only dinosaur with its own Twitter account. Stephanie Abromowicz
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