New tyrannosaur species discovered in Utah

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Dinosaur Discovery Utah
This photo released by the Natural History Museum of Utah, shows a front view of the skull of the fossilized skeleton of a newly-discovered dinosaur, Lythronax argestes, which was found in southern Utah, and now on the display at the museum in Salt Lake City. Paleontologists who made the discovery believe the dinosaur lived 70-95 million years ago in the late Cretaceous Period, living on a landmass in the flooded the central region of North America. (AP Photo/Natural History Museum of Utah, Mark Loewen)