Certified Worlds First Ever Raptor Rib Fossil - 66-100 Million Years Old


Certified Worlds First Ever Raptor Rib Fossil - 66-100 Million Years Old

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Certified Worlds First Ever Raptor Rib Fossil - 66-100 Million Years Old:
$5,649,226


Officially Certified - Worlds FIRST Ever Raptor Rib Fossil, 1 of 1
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Fossil: Dromaeosaur Rib BoneAge: Late Cretaceous Period: 66-100 Million Years AgoSite: Kem Kem Red Beds - NW Sahara Desert, Morocco
Condition: 5.25" Long straight line measurement. No repair or restoration; Extremely rare and afamilyof featheredtheropoddinosaurs. They were generally small to medium-sized featheredcarnivoresthat flourished in theCretaceousPeriod. The name Dromaeosauridae means 'running lizards', meaning 'runner' andσαῦρος(sauros) meaning 'lizard'. In informal usage they are often a term popularized by the filmJurassic Park;
a few types include the term "raptor" directly in their name and have come to emphasize their bird-like appearance and speculated bird-like behavior.

Certified Worlds First Ever Raptor Rib Fossil - 66-100 Million Years Old:
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