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Iguanodon neural arch
Neural arch from cervical vertebra

Iguanodon neural arch
Great patina on the bone

Iguanodon neural arch
Artists impression of Iguanodon

Iguanodon neural arch

Product description

A neural arch from a cervical vertebra of an Iguanodon Dinosaur, from the Cretaceous 135m to 125m years old. It was discovered in the Wealden Marls, Brook Bay, Atherfield, Isle of Wight, UK.
It probably belonged to the best described Iguanodon, bemissartensis, and grew up to 30 feet long, weighing in at 4 tons.
Iguanodon was one of the first scientifically well known Dinosaurs, and were herbivores, and herding animals.
They had a flat, stiff tail, with three toed hind feet, and four fingers on the front legs. In addition they had a spike on their arms, probably used in defence, and also for foraging.
They had a toothless beak, but numerous cheek teeth to grind up the coarse vegetation on which they lived.
A very good piece to add to a collection.
Size:    5cms x 4cms x 3.5cms







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