This group is a diverse and top quality collection from every aspect of the fossil record. You get from top left to bottom right. A partial large Oviraptor Dinosaur egg with some highest quality shell.
If you have seen an egg in a museum you will note this one is the same quality. It is repaired and not restored.
It could be filled but is left in true authentic condition. Large Grallator Dinosaur track positive impression. This 6 inch track pops up from the larger matrix and is clearly defined all toes and and pads.Highest quality Hadrosaur Dinosaur skin impression. This piece has skin wrapped around from one side to the next.
It is the negative sedimentary impression and so well defined you can see every facet of the scales on both sides. Raptor tail vertebra with 80% of the process. Spinosaurus aegypticus tooth 3.25 inches long.Dromaeosaur raptor partial foot claw 1.25 inches long. Excellent tooth tip 1.2 inches long in the best condition a fossil could be in. Great Albertosaurus Dinosaur tooth 1 inch long. This is a top quality tooth with serrations enamel and tip.
This is a perfect specimen with all serrations, tip and beautiful enamel. This tooth is missing its tip from feeding. The surface is worn making this a complete tooth.
T rex teeth are hard to come by and are very expensive. Why not have a collection with a good one in it!
Triceratops tooth with some serrations. This 3/4 inch tooth is typical of teeth shed during feeding called spitters. Hadrosaur tooth crown with serrations.
6 inches long and possibly from Edmontosaurus. These teeth are very similar to Ankylosaur and Pachycephalosaurus teeth making them difficult to identify. This one is identified by the bow l shape. This little tooth is very classic of this species. 2 inches long and very well preserved.
The multi pictures are as follows in order from left to right. Raptor Vertabra/ Sturuthi Toe Bone. You can have a collection to fill a curio cabinet in one swoop and save big for the perfect gift! He a ll Creek, Montana. The item "Amazing Dinosaur T.
Rex Collection Tooth Fossil Teeth Fossils Christmas Gift" is in sale since Friday, November 8, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Rocks, Fossils & Minerals\Fossils\Vertebrates\Amphibian, Reptile & Dinosaur".The seller is "trex-fossils" and is located in Lansing, Kansas. This item can be shipped worldwide.