$375.00Largest saber cat skull ever found - Machairodus Skull fossil replica with base 18. Scientific Name: Machairodus giganteus Location: Gansu Province, China Age: Late Miocene, 6 MYA
$360.00Conchoraptor Large Skull No base
Camarasaurus Lentis., Camarasaurus was a genus of quadrupedal, herbivorous dinosaurs. It was the most common of the giant sauropods to be found in North America but only average in size: about 18 meters (60 feet) in length as adults, and weighing up to 18 tones (19.8 tons).
*Time: lived in the Late Jurassic Period, between 155 and 145 million years ago * Location: the complete skeleton were found in Morrison Formation - Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, New Mexico, USA .
*Skull lengh 7.6in.
*Polyurethane model skull
$325.00Pinacosaurus Skull, Juvenile Reconstruction from matrix
$325.00Hippodraco Skull, cast of original material
$300.00Maiasaur means "Good Mother Lizard" . Maiasaura was a large, plant-eating, duck-billed dinosaur. Maiasaura was the first dinosaur that was found alongside its young, eggs, and nests. This suggests that Maiasaura nurtured its young. This Maiasaur Dinosaur Skull is cast from the original fossil, in lightweight fiberglass and resin. This is a Dinosaur Replica or Dinosaur Reproduction. Great natural history museum display piece, dinosaur prop or collectible. Measures 5 x 12 x 4 inches.
$295.00Suskityrannus hazelae Skull with base
$295.00Gallimimus Skull with base
This is a model skull 1.4 scale. Allosaurus is a genus of large theropod dinosaur that lived 155 to 145 million years ago, in the late Jurassic period (Kimmeridgian to Tithonian). The name Allosaurus means "different lizard". The first remains that can definitely be ascribed to this genus were described in 1877 by Othniel Charles Marsh. As one of the first well-known theropod dinosaurs, it has long attracted attention outside of paleontological circles, and has been a lead dinosaur in several films and documentaries.
*Specifications: CLASS: Dinosaurs & Fossils ORDER: Dinosauria FAMILY: All Dinosaurs Origin: North America.
*Skull Length: 8.5in.
$275.00Gastonia Skull with base From Juvenile Skeleton
$275.00Zuni Coelurosaur Skull New Discovery, Unnamed Location: Catron County, New Mexico Formation: Moreno Hill Age: Cretaceous, 90 MYA with base, 9
$275.00Auroraceratops Skull Scientific Name: Auroraceratops rugosus Age: Early Cretaceous 7.5" L x 6" W Specimen: Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences - Location: Gansu prov. China Fromation: Xinminbao shipping and crating additional.
$275.00Archeoceratops Skull Scientific Name: Archeoceratops oshimai Age: Early Cretaceous 7" L x 5" W Specimen: Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences - Location: Gansu prov. China Formation: Xinminbao shipping and crating additional.
$250.00Pinacosaurus Skull Juvenile
$250.00Velociraptor Dinosaur Skull w/ base. This velociraptor replica fossil is cast from the original in lightweight, durable fiberglass and resin. Scientific Name: Velociraptor mongoliensis Location: Mongolia Formation: Djochta Age: Late Cretaceous, 83 MYA This is a Dinosaur Replica or Dinosaur Reproduction. Great natural history museum display piece, dinosuar decor or dinosaur gift. 9"
$235.00Psittacosaurus Skull Adult
$225.00Oviraptor Skull with Hand in Matrix with base
$225.00This cast of a juvenile Gastonia Burgie Ankylosaurus dinosaur skull is a fossil replica. Cast from the original fossil in lightweight, durable fiberglass and resin. This is a Dinosaur Replica or Dinosaur Reproduction. Great natural history museum display piece, dinosaur prop and collectible. Cedar Mountain Formation Early Cretaceous 125 MYA Location: Eastern Utah. Measures 10" from front to back and comes with base.
$195.00Conchoraptor Skull in matrix
$175.00Protoceratops Juvenile Skull
Rhamphorhynchus skull with base
Scientific Name: Rhamphorhynchus gemmingi
Age: Late Jurassic 150–148 MYA
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$129.00Abelisaurus is a genus of predatory abelisaurid theropod dinosaur during the Late Cretaceous Period of what is now South America. It was a bipedal carnivore that probably reached about 7.4 metres in length, although this is uncertain as it is known from only one partial skull.