How many of you have heard Wendiceratops?

How many of you have heard Wendiceratops? More importantly, how many of you have heard of paleontologist Wendy Sloboda? Ms. Sloboda is one of the most accomplished in the field paleontologists in the world. She is responsible for over 300 newly discovered and displayed fossils at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto. What she is now most famous for is the ceratopsian that she discovered and is now rightfully named after her by her colleagues. Wendiceratops pinhornenis. Which means “wendy’s horned face”. A hippo sized animal about 6 meters long. living 79 million years ago is what is now southern Alberta, Canada. Wendiceratops is “one of the most spectacularly adorned species in the horned din

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