An illustration by Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History represents a new species of a dinosaur named Tlatolophus galorum. Photo: INAH / Handout via Reuters An illustration by Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History represents a new species of a dinosaur named Tlatolophus galorum. Photo: INAH / Handout via Reuters
An illustration by Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History represents a new species of a dinosaur named Tlatolophus galorum. Photo: INAH / Handout via Reuters

New species of dinosaur found in Mexico was ‘very communicative’, says researcher

  • The dinosaur specimen, which has been named Tlatolophus galorum, is thought to have died around 72 million years ago
  • The species is thought to have used low-frequency sounds like elephants to talk to each other

Topic |   Archaeology and paleontology
An illustration by Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History represents a new species of a dinosaur named Tlatolophus galorum. Photo: INAH / Handout via Reuters An illustration by Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History represents a new species of a dinosaur named Tlatolophus galorum. Photo: INAH / Handout via Reuters
An illustration by Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History represents a new species of a dinosaur named Tlatolophus galorum. Photo: INAH / Handout via Reuters
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