The ceratopsian dinosaur was named after Wendy Sloboda, a famous dinosaur hunter who found its fossils in southeast Alberta, Canada in 2010. Being the true rockstar that she is, Wendy even got a tattoo of her namesake, which you can view in the gallery on this page.
Wendiceratops pinhornensis weighed about a ton and was 20 feet long, smaller than its more famous cousin Triceratops. Like its ceratopsian relatives, it was a plant eater.
Unlike some of its relatives, Wendiceratops didn’t have a spike on its nose, but more of a blunt pedestal-like horn. It also had two large spikes above its eyes and curled spikes along the top of its frill.