21.5" Camptosaurus Tibia With Custom Metal Stand

 
 
 
 
This

Artists reconstruction of Camptosaurus. By Michael B. H.
is a very nicely preserved, 21.5" long tibia from the Late Jurassic, beaked, plant-eating dinosaur Camptosaurus. It was collected this past year from our partners private quarry east of Dinosaur, Colorado.

The bone quality is is quite nice as it was found mostly encased in a hard sandstone, which had to be mechanically removed. There is the usual repairs and small crack fills needed on any Morrison Formation material, but no major areas of restoration.

Camptosaurus is a relatively heavily built, plant eating dinosaur from the Jurassic Period. It had robust hindlimbs, broad feet and a pointed snout, equipped with a beak. Adults could reach up to 25 feet in length.

DETAILS
SPECIES
Camptosaurus
LOCATION
Near Dinosaur, Colorado
FORMATION
Morrison Formation
SIZE
Bone 21.5" long, 24" tall on stand
CATEGORY
SUB CATEGORY
ITEM
#56364
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