This kid is so impressive, you're liable to lose sight of how adorable she is. Watch as Stella, a four-year-old dinosaur expert, goes through a list of why the toy in her hand is not a Triceratops, but a Styracosaurus.

According to Dinosaur Tracking's Brian Switek, she even touches on three hallmark differences in the species' skull anatomy: "Triceratops had a shorter nasal horn, longer brow horns and smaller, triangular bones around the border of the frill."

We can only assume that when she says she's going to go "check out the others," Stella is, in fact, setting off to assess the anatomical correctness of the remaining dinosaur toys. Almost makes you wonder if she's friends with Riley.

[Spotted on Dinosaur Tracking]