Hey Jude: By accident, a new spiky dinosaur is discovered

Dr. Jordan Mallon palaeontologist with the Canadian Musuem of Nature stands with the reconstructed skull of Spiclypeus shipporum, a newly described species of horned dinosaur.

(CNN)At first glance, Judith, the plant-eating, horned dinosaur looks like a triceratops. But it's really not.

It's an altogether new species, and a dinosaur enthusiast literally stumbled upon it.
Researchers introduced the species, the Spiclypeus shipporum in the journal PLOS One.
Judith was named after the location where the fossils were found --- the Judith River Formation in Montana. Despite the name, scientists do not know if Judith was male or female.