Scientists have called it talkative after research on the remains of a dinosaur seven and a half million years old. The remains of this giant dinosaur have been found to be extremely well preserved. Scientists say that this is their latest breed.
Scientists have discovered after research on the remains of a dinosaur about three and a half million years old that this is a very new breed. Scientists believe that this dinosaur was vegetarian and also extremely talkative. It has been announced by Mexico’s National Institute of History and Anthropology. The fossil scientists doing research on this also believe that these dinosaurs have been able to preserve there for so many years due to their conditions.
The institute said in its statement that seven and a half million years ago a giant dinosaur died in a reservoir filled with silt. This is why it was preserved so well. Scientists have named this strain of dinosaur Tallatolophus gallorum. In 2013, the dinosaur’s tail was first found in the General Cepeda area of the northern province of Covuilla in Mexico. In the slow excavation, scientists found 80 percent of its head, 1.32 meter crest, shoulder and thigh bone.
In its statement, the institute has said that dinosaurs of this breed could also hear sounds of low frequency. On this basis, scientists say that they must have been extremely talkative along with being peace-loving. Scientists believe that he used to make loud noises for reproductive purposes of predators and to frighten them away. The remains of dinosaurs present at this place are under investigation. Research paper on this has been published in the scientific journal Cretaceous Research.
The institute considers this discovery extremely extraordinary. The place where these dinosaurs have been found would have created favorable conditions. It was a tropical area millions of years ago. The name Talatolophus is derived from two places. The local Nahuatl is a mixture of the word Talahatoli and the Greek word lofus (kalagi). Talking about the shape of the crest of this dinosaur, it is similar to the way Mesoamericans interacted in their ancient manuscripts.