New Ankylosaur Akainacephalus from the Grand Staircase of Utah
Scientific Name: Akainacephalus johnsoni
Location: Grand Staircase Escalante Nat. Park, Utah
Age: 76 MYA, Late Cretaceous
Specimen: Utah Museum of Natural History
Skull only (without neck armor )$1,100.00 USD Please inquire via email or phone
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