Clidastes liodontus (Mosasaur) skull cast replica.
Discovery location: Gove County, Kansas
Formation: Niobrara Chalk
This skull was molded from a virtually complete Cladastes, Mososaur, skeleton discovered in 2001. It was discovered in the Pierre Shale Formation, late Cretaceous (74-83 million years) near Chadron, Nebraska.
This specimen is missing only three to four vertebra from the distal portion of the tail and three phalanges from one paddle. It is otherwise a very rare complete specimen. The original specimen was donated to and is on exhibit at the Elachee Nature Center, Gainesville, GA.
29 X 14.5 X 5.5 inches
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