“Certain dinosaurs—physically disparate enough that we’ve always thought of them as different species—may actually be the same animal at different stages of its life cycle. Also: Those big, protective-looking bone formations surrounding some dinos’ heads and necks probably weren’t all that useful as a defense against predators.
Case in point, triceratops. Or, maybe we should be calling it torosaurus now, I’m not sure. See, according to research done by scientists at Montana’s Museum of the Rockies, the familiar triceratops is really just the juvenile form of the more-elaborately be-frilled and be-horned torosaurus.”
from boingboing, and pretty much everywhere else.