Turns out, human impact has a lot to do with who's eating Colorado poo.
The bones are actually those of a torosaurus, researchers from the Denver Museum of Nature and Science said. That's another, much rarer horned dinosaur.
When we met Getty last week he seemed healthy. More so, he seemed excited to talk about work on this new discovery that he was in charge of overseeing.
Did you geek out on the Thornton triceratops? Denver Museum of Nature and Science is accepting volunteers into its 2018 fossil prep program.
Guess which place imports the most bat guano and why.
Denver Public Library will be at Black Shirt Brewing with beer- and music-related books to promote the local music project Volume.