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Edmontosaurus Vertebra - 1.88" Fossil with Stand

Edmontosaurus Vertebra - 1.88" Fossil with Stand

Edmontosaurus was a large Ornithischian dinosaur from the Cretaceous Period. Related to Iguanodons, they are known primarily for their "duck-bills" which are in fact elongated rostral bone structures that give the appearance of a beak, but actually housed hundreds of small teeth that allowed these giant herbivores to grind through all manner of plant material, including rotten wood.

This specimen is a 1.88" Edmontosaurus Vertebra recovered from private land on the Hell Creek Formation in Montana. It is estimated to be over 66,000,000 years old and comes with a display stand and certificate of authenticity.

 

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