A display fossil front leg from a Juvenile Diplodocus Dinosaur. The limb is complete with all phalanges, which are rarely collected, and is in super condition.
The leg has been mounted on a metal stand, and is almost 2 metres in height. The metal stand base is 80 cm x 80 cm
It was discovered in the mid 1990’s, in Thermopolis, The Upper Morrison Formation, Wyoming, USA, Jurassic era 154m to 152 m years old.
The bone quality is excellent.
As with the majority of Dinosaur bones, there have been some crack fills, and some minor restoration where there has been bone erosion. It is obvious from the photos where bones have been repaired.
This is an outstanding and appreciating display fossil
Size: With metal stand 196 cm tall (77 inches)
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- Pierna de diplodocus juvenil
- Nombre científico
- EE. UU.
- Periodo geológico
- Jurásico - jurásico superior, Kimmeridgiense (152.1-157.3 millones de años)
- En buen estado