Triceratops Were Herd Animals, as Steven Spielberg Suggested

Triceratops lived and died in groups: Study sheds light on prehistoric herd behavior

A decade of research on the bones of five triceratops in Wyoming has revealed that these dinosaurs lived and died as a group, similar to the portrayal in Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park. Prior to this discovery, the fossil record suggested that triceratops were solitary creatures.

The team at the Naturalis Biodiversity Center in the Netherlands excavated 1,200 bones and bone fragments from at least five individuals who lived 67 million years ago. Professional and volunteer paleontologists and technicians carefully removed the bones from the quarry, allowing for detailed analysis. The high-quality bone material has provided insights into various aspects of triceratops’ life, including their slow growth rate and migratory lifestyle. Evidence suggests that all five dinosaurs died together, possibly trapped in a swamp.

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