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-Size: 4"L x 1&3/4"W x 3&1/2"H
-Species: undetermined (possible genera include Platecarpus, Plesioplatecarpus, Clidastes, Eonatator, Tylosaurus)
("Meuse Lizard" - named for the Meuse River of the Netherlands, of which the first known fossils of a mosasaur were found close to).
-Notes: A nice example of a section of jaw from one of the world's most highly adapted ocean predators. Made even more famous now through the Jurassic World film series. Acrylic stand not included.
-Age: Cretaceous Period, 90-84 million years ago
-Location: Niobrara Formation, Smoky Hill Chalk Member, Kansas, USA
-Fossil size: 3&5/8"L x 2&3/4"W x 4&6/8"H -Size with display stand:5&1/4"L x 3&1/4"W x 7&5/8"H -Species: Allosaurus fragilis -Notes: A stunning vertebra with rich colors from one of the world's most well-known theropod dinosaurs. Now made even more famous in the Jurassic World film series. Comes with a handsome, museum-quality...
-Size: 4&7/8"L x 2"W x 3"H -Species: undetermined (possible genera include Mosasaurus, Platecarpus, Plioplatecarpus, Prognathodon, Tylosaurus) ("Meuse Lizard" - named for the Meuse River of the Netherlands, of which the first known fossils of a mosasaur were found close to). -Notes: A nice example of a vertebral column from one of...
-Dome Size: 2&3/4"W x 3&1/4"H -Species: Narcine bancroftii -Notes: A captivating little specimen of an immature ray. It has two electric organs that can generate a peak voltage of about 14 to 37 volts, which they use to stun prey and defend themselves. -Location: western Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean...