Tsintaosaurus was a duck-billed dinosaur, or Hadrosaur, that lived in China about 84 to 71 million years ago. Like many Lambeosaurs, Tsintaosaurus is believed to have sported a fancy crest on its head. In this case, the crest is a skinny rod that stuck out above of the dinosaur's face much like a mythical unicorn's horn. A while back it was believed that this crest is actually just a piece of the animal's top jaw that had broken and become bent upwards. Then another specimen was found with the exact same feature, thus leading most people once again to believe that this animal indeed sported a unicorn crest.
Listen: unicorn horn, rod, crest -- I don't care what you call it, I just want it inside me.
Hit the jump for a couple more shots of sexiest thing I've ever seen, including a close-up.
Tsintaosaurus (CollectA) [dinotoyblog]
Thanks to CMK, who recognizes an adults-only toy when he sees one.