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Navajoceratops and Dineobellator are both named after the Navajo people

Courtesy of Sergey Krasovskiy/Wikimedia Commons

In a life reconstruction of a scene that could have existed in the San Juan Basin 66.5 million years ago, three Dineobellator notohesperis chill in some water as an Ojoceratops fowleri approaches. In the background, a small Tyrannosaurus checks out a couple Alamosaurus sanjuanensis.