2.9" Mosasaur Vertebrae - North Sulfur River, Texas

 
 
This is a 2.0" wide, vertebrae of a Mosasaur from the North Sulfur River in Texas. There are several types of Mosasaur's known from this formation, so identifying an individual vertebrae down to a genus or species is difficult.

Mosasaurs are a family of enormous, extinct, marine reptiles that ruled the seas for 25 million years during the Cretaceous period. Some species including the Mosasaurus could reach lengths in excess of 50 feet and where the apex predator in nearly every part of the seas during their time.
DETAILS
SPECIES
Unidentified
LOCATION
North Sulfur River, Texas
FORMATION
Ozan Formation
SIZE
2" wide, 2.9" long
ITEM
#70283
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