Paleontologists are putting together the remains of a newly found ceratopsian, or horned, dinosaur, and this beast took being horny to the max.  Known as Kosmoceratops richardsoni, this creature had a multitude of horns,  A short stubby horn sat on its nose, and it had one more over each eye and at each cheekbone, plus ten more at the rear edge of its frill.  It was about fifteen feet long and must have weighed around 5,500 pounds.  While it's been speculated that ceratopsians used their horns to fend off predators, that idea has fallen out of favor because so many of them had skull ornaments badly suited for that purpose.  More likely, scientists now agree, the horns and large neck frills were to establish dominence among their peers and attract mates.