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A Remarkable Ceratopsian from the
Judith River Formation of Central Montana
© Judith the Dinosaur
Welcome to 'Judith the Dinosaur': The twice-discovered Ceratopsian
Judith's Journey
A new species of dinosaur is at the Winifred Museum, Montana, (USA). Amateur paleontologists helped make it happen.
The first of Judith's skull casts is on display at the Winifred, Mt Musuem. The video will play when a museum visitor presses the button.
   Geology
   Judith the Dinosaur
   Late Cretaceous
   Bones of the Skull
   Dig Site Details
   Preparation of Skull Cast
Viewing Judith's skull cast from various angles
Click here for an interactive viewing of Judith's skull cast.
Multiple views of Judith's skull cast
Teny ears after the initial discovery, "Judith" has found her place in the scientific literature.
This webiste is now being revised to tell the story of how we non-professional investigators contributed to this story

For detailed information on "Judith's" transformation to Spiclypeus shipporum please visit Canadian Museum of Nature

Spiclypeus shipporum

Temporal Range: Late Cretaceous
Skull cast at Winifred Museum
Scientific classification
KingdomAnimalia
PhylumChordata
ClassReptilia
SuperorderDinosauria
OrderOrnithischia
InfraorderCeratopsia
SuperfamilyCeratopsoidea
FamilyCeratopsidae
SubfamilyChasmosaurinae
GenusSpiclypeus
Speciesshipporum