"I was walking out here last September between monumental rainstorms and saw some bone fragments on the ground, and that is what we look for," said Scott Richardson, a paleontological technician for the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, the agency that oversees the monument.
Richardson discovered what is thought to be a previously unknown species of dinosaur similar to a triceratops, the latest in an extraordinary series of dinosaur finds in the area over the past 15 years.
Now, the monument's spectacular bounty of fossils is getting national attention with a story in National Geographic magazine.
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