Rare example of Dinosaur Skin
Close up of skin texture
Totally original and unrestored
On offer is the rarest of the rare, a section of real Dinosaur skin, original, natural, and with no restoration whatsoever.
It is from a large Hadrosaurian Dinosaur, and was discovered in Hell Creek, Badlands of South Dakota, USA .
It dates from the Late Cretaceous, 70 million years old.
South Dakota has produced some of the most amazing Dinosaur skeletons ever discovered in the USA, including T Rex, but to discover a sample of skin is truly exceptional.
Hadrosaurs were called "Duck Billed" because of the shape of their snout, which greatly resembled the beak of a modern day duck.
Edmontosaurus was a herbivore, and travelled in herds alongside its companions.
They ate coarse vegetation which they ground up using teeth within their cheeks.
Hadrosaurs grew to be over 40 feet long, and weighed in at around 5 tons.
This is a very rare offer indeed, and an appreciating investment.
For the collector this is a very rare opportunity to acquire a unique specimen.
Size: 7.5" x 5.0" (irregular)
19cms x 12.7cms
(YOU MIGHT FIND IT INTERESTING TO READ THE ARTICLE "A DINOSAUR TAIL", BY ROB SULA, IN PICTURES & JOTTINGS).