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Allosaurus Vertebra - 4.00" Small Distal Caudal Vertebra with Stand

Allosaurus Vertebra - 4.00" Small Distal Caudal Vertebra with Stand

With its iconic skull "hornlets," Allosaurus struck a unique and intimidating figure when compared to other carnivorous dinosaurs. This bipedal predator lived during the Late Jurassic, over 145,000,000 years ago, and used its powerful bite to take down prey in packs.

This specimen is a 4.00" Small Distal Caudal Vertebra of an Allosaurus recovered on private land from the Morrison Formation in Utah. This particular vertebra was located on the tail end of the dinosaur and helped with its balance.

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