New species of ceratopsid found in South Korea! The unimaginatively-named Koreaceratops…
…had a parrot-like beaked mouth, triangular face, and a bony shield that protruded from the back of its head—all characteristics unique to ceratopsids.
…but no horns like its best-known relative, Triceratops.
I'm especially excited because one of the paleontologists who helped identify Koreaceratops, Michael Ryan, is from the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, where my love-affair with dinosaurs began over 30 years ago. I can't even begin to count the hours I have spent there.