Newly reconstructed Rhinorex condrupus Skull
Brigham Young University Museum of Paleontology
Recently Described by Terry “Bucky” Gates and Rodney Scheetz
Location: Bookcliffs Utah, USA
Formation: Neslen Formation
Age: Cretaceous, 75 MYA
L 40.5 “, W12.5 “, H w/ jaw 24 ”
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Mammoth Skull with Tusks
Giant Colombian Mammoth Skull with neck
Scientific Name: Mammuthus columbi
Location: Huntington canyon Utah
Age: Pleistocene 10,000 years ago
Specimen: Prehistoric museum/ Utah state university, Price Utah Courtesy of the U.S. forest service
Width @ Tusks 9 ft, Height w/ tusks about 7 ft.
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Tyrannosaurus rex "Harley" skull. Dinosaur fossil replica from the Cretaceous Hell Creek formation, Jordan, Montana. This skull is on display in Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History, California USA.
* Size 53 inch x 35 inch x 40 inch (135cm x 89cm x 102cm)
Tyrannosaurus rex was one of the largest of predatory dinosaurs. Some individuals measured as much as 42 ft (12.8 meters long) and were up to 13 feet (4 m) tall at the hip, with a skull more than 5 feet (1.5) long. * Time: 67-66 million years ago, Late Cretaceous, * Lived: North America, Canada.
Utahceratops Skull with base
Scientific Name: Utahceratops gettyi
Location: Utah, USA
Age: Cretaceous, 72 MYA
Specimen: Utah Museum of Natural History
L 7′ 5″
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Bravoceratops Skull with base
Newly discovered Ceratopsian, from the Big Bend National Park, TX.
Scientific Name: Bravoceratops polyphemus
Location: Big Bend National Park, TX
Formation: Javelina Formation
Age: Cretaceous, 70 MYA
Specimen: Texas Memorial Museum
L 92″ x W 42″ x H 40″ ( Length Measured from Tip of nose to end of Frill, Width is measured from Cheek to cheek, Height measured from lower jaw to tip of horns)
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