Science Cretaceous-period dinosaur had a rather large nose, say scientists

Rhinorex condrupus, a 75-million-year-old hadrosaur that roamed what is today Utah, had an exceptionally big schnozzle, paleontologists report. 

By , LiveScience Managing Editor

Julius T. Csotonyi

The remains of a big-nosed dinosaur that stalked the Earth some 75 million years ago, possibly luring mates with its beauty of a schnozzle, have been discovered in central Utah.