With a forward-curving nose horn like a can opener, this ceratopsian from Montana was named in 1995 by Scott Sampson. Two years later it debuted as a postage stamp subject in The World of Dinosaurs issue, designed by James Gurney for the U.S. Postal Service. Fossils found together suggest that Einiosaurus traveled in large herds.


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