Meet Wendiceratops, a horned dinosaur unlike any other

So thats how you get a dinosaur named after you. 'SpeakUpforScience-osaurus".... naw, just doesn't have a good ring to it.

The story begins with professional fossil hunter Wendy Sloboda, who spotted something that appeared to be a dinosaur bone sticking out of a steep hill in southern Alberta, Canada, in 2010. She recognized it as a fragment of a skull belonging to the family of horned dinosaurs, so she took down the GPS coordinates of the location, pulled the fossil out and shared it with her colleagues in the Southern Alberta Dinosaur Research Project, paleontologists David Evans and Michael Ryan.