Xenoceratops ( meaning "Foreign Horned Face'", due to the lack of ceratopsians found in the Foremost Formation.) was a ceratopsian from Late Cretaceous Foremost Formation, Alberta, Canada. In the year of 1958, Wann Langston, Jr., found skull fragments in the Foremost Formation. He then stored them away in the Canadian Museum of Nature. Later, in 2003, David C. Evans and Michael J. Ryan became curious about the specimens, and more investigation was conducted in 2009. In 2012, David C. Evans, Michael J. Ryan, and Kieran M. Shepherd.