7.6" Centrosaurus Metatarsal (Toe Bone) - Montana

 
 
This is a beautifully preserved, 7.6" long metatarsal (Toe Bone) of a Centrosaur from the Two Medicine Formation of Montana. The preservation is dark black and gorgeous with no erosion and only some minor repairs and crack fills.

Centrosaurus would have had a very similar look to the more recent Triceratops. They had massive bodies and stocky limbs, although at up to 18–20 ft they were not particularly large dinosaurs. Centrosaurus bore single large horns over their noses. These horns curved forwards or backwards depending on the specimen. Skull ornamentation was reduced as animals aged.


An artists reconstruction of a pair of Plesiosaur. By Fred Wierum. Creative Commons License

FOR SALE
$495
DETAILS
SPECIES
Centrosaurus
LOCATION
Motnana
FORMATION
Two Medicine Formation, Judith River Group
SIZE
7.6" long
CATEGORY
SUB CATEGORY
ITEM
#69402
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