000293 - Museum Grade 6.30 Inch Spinosaurus Toe Finger With Claw Bone
000293 - Museum Grade 6.30 Inch Spinosaurus Toe Finger With Claw Bone 000293 - Museum Grade 6.30 Inch Spinosaurus Toe Finger With Claw Bone 000293 - Museum Grade 6.30 Inch Spinosaurus Toe Finger With Claw Bone 000293 - Museum Grade 6.30 Inch Spinosaurus Toe Finger With Claw Bone 000293 - Museum Grade 6.30 Inch Spinosaurus Toe Finger With Claw Bone 000293 - Museum Grade 6.30 Inch Spinosaurus Toe Finger With Claw Bone 000293 - Museum Grade 6.30 Inch Spinosaurus Toe Finger With Claw Bone 000293 - Museum Grade 6.30 Inch Spinosaurus Toe Finger With Claw Bone 000293 - Museum Grade 6.30 Inch Spinosaurus Toe Finger With Claw Bone 000293 - Museum Grade 6.30 Inch Spinosaurus Toe Finger With Claw Bone 000293 - Museum Grade 6.30 Inch Spinosaurus Toe Finger With Claw Bone

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000293 - Museum Grade 6.30 Inch Spinosaurus Toe Finger With Claw Bone

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Species
Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, Stromer 1915 (Toe Finger Bones with Claw)
Age
Upper Cretaceous, Cenomanian stage, (~96 Million Years)
Location
Taouz, Errachidia Province, South Morocco
Formation
Ifezouane Formation, Red Sandstone Beds, KemKem Basin
Size
160 mm   •    in
Weight
190 g   •    oz
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Description

Exceptional partial Spinosaurus Finger Bones with Claw. Some of the phalanx bones have tiny glued and filled fractures. All the bones may not belong to the same individual but of an specimen with similar development age. Museum Grade specimen.

The bone rests from the sites in the south of Morocco are very scarce and valuable because of many reasons. One of them is the very same nature of the geological formation that contains them. The sediments were formed in delta and fluvial environments, where the transportation energy was relatively high. Because of this, any possibility of finding articulated rests is very rare, since the rests of dead animals where transported and deteriorated. That is why only the most robust bones or the most stable parts are usually preserved. Another reason for the lack of complete dinosaur bones in this region is the destructive methodology normally employed by the local miners in their excavations, which in the search of teeth, usually destroy many interesting bone rests.

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