The first brontosaurus fossils were described by paleontologist Othniel Charles Marsh in 1879. But then in 1903 a group of scientists reviewing fossil remains decided that the previously described brontosaurus wasn't actually it's own genus, but a species of apatasaurus. And that's the way things remained until a new study published yesterday proves that the brontosaurus was, in fact, unique enough to warrant its own genus. So hooray, the brontosaurus is back! Next stop: Pluto.
Thanks to The One Who Watches, whose eyes I can feel on the back of my neck. Are you staring at my mole?!