The only evidence of Nedoceratops is a single skull uncovered in 1868 in Wyoming. Paleontologists believe that this dinosaur originated in the Late Cretaceous Period. An intense debate has been ongoing about this dinosaur. Many experts consider it is its own species, but others think that Nedoceratops is a growth stage of the Triceratops.
Although Nedoceratops resembles the Triceratops, there are some distinctions. Instead of having a nasal horn, Nedoceratops has a rounded snout. Its skull is larger than that of a Triceratops, but it has a shorter face. Nedoceratops has a frill, but its frill has large holes which some paleontologists think are from being gored by other dinosaurs. Like its relative Triceratops, Nedoceratops are herbivores.