WHO IS WENDY THE DINOSAUR?

It is not every day that you end up getting a dinosaur named after you. Wendy Sloboda hit headlines after a species of dinosaurs got named after her and her celebrations were quite unique. She got a tattoo of the dinosaur named after her and gladly shows it off. She discovered Wendiceratops, a breed of dinosaurs that existed over 79 million years ago. The Wendiceratops was approximately 20 feet long and weighed over 2 tons. The newly discovered breed of dinosaur had an upright horn above its nose and curling hooks on the back of its head. It was truly an eye catching dinosaur according to finds!

A field crew systematically excavates a bonebed containing the Wendiceratops pinhornenis dinosaur in Manyberries, Alberta in an undated photo released by the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. REUTERS/Michael Ryan/Cleveland Museum of Natural History/Handout via Reuters

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A field crew systematically excavates a bonebed containing the Wendiceratops pinhornenis dinosaur in Manyberries, Alberta in an undated photo released by the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. REUTERS/Michael Ryan/Cleveland Museum of Natural History/Handout via Reuters

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A field crew systematically excavates a bonebed containing the Wendiceratops pinhornenis dinosaur in Manyberries, Alberta in an undated photo released by the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. REUTERS/Michael Ryan/Cleveland Museum of Natural History/Handout via Reuters

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The Wendiceratops pinhornenis dinosaur is seen in a life reconstruction illustration by Danielle Dufault.  REUTERS/Danielle Dufault/Handout via Reuters

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