Einiosaurus, with all of its evidence of herding behavior and ample evidence of existence that has allowed for in depth study has become somewhat famous for more than just having a strange nasal horn. It has appeared in documentaries, cartoons, and even the Dinosaur King card game. Despite the debate over the placement of Einiosaurus in the tree of life, Einiosaurus is definitely agreed into which family and clade it fits. The "fame" of this dinosaur is well documented and specimens, despite being a Montana only dinosaur living in a range of 500,000 to a million years of history, are still available to be found and unearthed which means here is always the chance of another great Einiosaurus find.
Next week we will be in the process of moving homes and so the blog my be down until next Friday. I have tried with all my ability to avoid this, but it doesn't look like I'll be able to unfortunately.