Western Camel, Camelops hesternus. The camel family evolved in North America during the Middle Eocene Epoch, 40-45 million years ago. Many different species of camels were present in North America during the various geologic ages. Camels migrated to Asia 4-5 million years ago across the Bering land bridge. All camel species in North America were extinct by 11,000 years ago.
A newly identified dinosaur with horns so long they would put Triceratops to shame has been discovered in the Utah desert. Nasutoceratops, which translates to big-nosed horned face, sported a wide, flaring snout and absurdly long horns.