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?Camarasaurus supremus Cope, 1877

?Camarasaurus supremus Cope, 1877
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?Camarasaurus supremus Cope, 1877
?Camarasaurus supremus Cope, 1877
?Camarasaurus supremus Cope, 1877
?Camarasaurus supremus Cope, 1877

Products description

 

Here is a colorful slap of a sauropod bone from the Utah Jurassic.
The polisched slice is probably related to the species Camarasaurus supremus, which apparently belongs to the most common sauropod species in the Morrison formation. Dinosaur bones of this quality are also used to make jewelry from it.
 
 

Location:

 Hanksville, Colorado Plateau, Utah, USA 
Size : about  67 x 52 x 6 mm.
Age:Late Jurassic , Morrison-Formation (about 156 Ma)

Shipping time: 3-4 Days
Product no.: 10912
19,95 EUR
7 % VAT incl.