FOSSIL DINOSAUR CLAWS
 
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TROOD1

Troodon Formosus

Meaning- Wounding Tooth  Small Cretaceous Theropod (76-74 myo) That Fed on Small Vertebrates, Lizards, and Small Mammals. Found Mostly In North America Front tip professionally restored. Judith River Formation Montana USA

This Claw Has Tip Restoration Which Is Common Among Dinosaur Claws

1 5/8"

$750

 

TROOD2

Troodon Formosus

Meaning- Wounding Tooth  Small Cretaceous Theropod (76-74 myo) That Fed on Small Vertebrates, Lizards, and Small Mammals. Found Mostly In North America Front tip professionally restored. Judith River Formation Montana USA

This Claw Has Tip Restoration Which Is Common Among Dinosaur Claws

1 1/2"

$750  

 

 

CHIRO1 Chirostenotes

Meaning- Narrow Hand Small-Medium Sized Bipedal Theropod/Oviraptor Thought To Be Omnivorous Lived During The Late Cretaceous ( 80 myo)Foot Claw  Hell Creek Fm. Montana

This Claw Has Tip Restoration Which Is Common Among Dinosaur Claws

2 1/8"

$1200

 

 

PACHY1

Pachycephalosaurus

Meaning - Thick Headed Lizard Medium Sized Bipedal Omnivore and Lived During The Late Cretaceous (80 myo) Claw Found In The Hell Creek Formation Montana

100% Natural NO RESTORATION

 

1 7/8 " +

$495  

 

DROMA1

Dromaeosaurus

Meaning - Running Lizard Small - Medium Sized Carnivorous Bipedal Theropod That Lived During The Late Cretaceous (75 myo) Claw Found In The Judith River Formation Eastern Montana

100% Natural NO RESTORATION

 

2 + "

$750

 

 

TRICERA1

 

Triceratops

Triceratops is Greek for "three-horn face". This extinct dinosaur is a genus of herbivorous dinosaur that first appeared during the late, Cretaceous period about 68 (Mya) in what is now United States Of America. This Ungual or "Hoof" was found in the Hell Creek Formation, Garfield County Montana.

100% Natural NO RESTORATION

 

3 " Long

 3 7/8" Wide

$1200