Struthiomimus hand claw
Discovered in Hell Creek, Montana
Great addition to a collection
Super Hand Claw (Ungal) of the ostrich mimic Dinosaur Struthiomimus sedens, discovered in the Hell Creek Formation, Carter County, Montana.
It dates from the Upper Cretaceous Period, 100m to 65m years old.
Struthiomimus was a long legged member of the Orithomimosaurs, and could probably run as fast as modern day ostriches.
Its toothless jaws point to the fact that it was more than likely a herbivore.
It had the longest hand claws of any known Orithomimosaur.
It is in fair condition, and would make a great addition to a collection.
Size: 6.5 cms long