"Paleontologists from the University of Calgary have discovered a massive, 70 million-year-old skull of a horned dinosaur: a pachyrhinosaur, to be exact. It is described as a 'rare find': the last discovery of this type in the same region dates back to more than 50 years ago when only a partial skull was collected.
Found in the Alberta Badlands in Canada, its two meter long head had large bony bumps, short curved horns and a large frill at its neck. In her statement, researcher Darla Zelenitsky said, "the skull of this animal has an enormous bony structure over the snout that would have made for a very strange looking individual.
The University of Calgary statement with more details and related links can be found here."
Can't help but feel slightly suspicious that this happens so close to the premiere of an animated movie where the lead character is a pachyrhinosaur.. Still, the timing could have been better, so tin foil hat stays off for now
Can't tell if joking or extremely paranoid.