Triceratops Frill with Skin Impression Cast Replica
Triceratops horridus. From the massive 3-horned quadruped plant-eater of the late Cretaceous North America.
Triceratops Replica Frill and skin cast
Dinosaur skin impressions are quite rare. We often find bone, which tells us about the osteology of these ancient animals, however typically the soft parts of the animals decayed and were not preserved. Skin impressions are rare, but when found, and, if carefully prepared, they help us to more accurately envision what they would have looked like in life.
This piece of dinosaur skin is attached to a nice piece of Triceratops frill.
10"X5.5" with skin portion measuring 2".
Triceratops skin and frill cast replica. This cast is a great example of dinosaur skin. From a specimen of Triceratops horridus. The full cast measures: 10.6x5.6in. 268x142mm/ , the skin fragment portion of cast measures: 1.1x.7in (29X17mm).
10"X5.5" with 2-inch skin impression
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