First, read this news story. Now look at the accompanying picture.
That's an elephant jaw. Well, elephantine. It might be a mammoth.
But it's not a dinosaur, and it's really not a Triceratops. The crackpot reporting team who broke this story needs to take a science class, or at least figure out that not everything big and dead is a dinosaur. I also like this sentence:
"The three-horned, bony triceratops roamed some 65 to 70 million years ago."
Triceratops was exceedingly bony.
Hat-tip to Will for bringing this story to my attention.