Seriously. Because this is unlikely to happen to me. Ever.
…For the past five years, experts Darren Naish and Gareth Dyke have painstakingly studied the fossil, focusing on even the most smallest of details, before eventually publishing their findings this week.
They revealed the creature was roughly the size of a crow and was a previously unknown type of pterosaur.
The family has donated the remains to the Natural History Museum.
And when it came to naming the creature, the experts looked to its young finder for inspiration, officially dubbing it Vectidraco Daisymorrisae.
I’d be bitter, except that this is too neat.