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Camptosaurus (/ˌkæmptɵˈsɔrəs/ kamp-to-sawr-əs) is a genus of plant-eating, beaked ornithischian dinosaurs of the Late Jurassic period of western North America and possibly Europe. The largest fragments from indicate adult individuals more than 7.9 metres (26 ft) long, and 2 metres (6.6 ft) at the hips

Camptosaurus (/ˌkæmptɵˈsɔrəs/ kamp-to-sawr-əs) is a genus of plant-eating, beaked ornithischian dinosaurs of the Late Jurassic period of western North America and possibly Europe. The largest fragments from indicate adult individuals more than 7.9 metres (26 ft) long, and 2 metres (6.6 ft) at the hips

Sue, the largest Tyrannosaurus fossil to date. She currently resides at Chicago's Field Museum. Her actual skull was too heavy to actually place on the display.

Tyrannosaurus is a genus of coelurosaurian theropod dinosaur. dating to the Maastrichtian age of the upper Cretaceous Period, 67 to million years ago.

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Diabloceratops is a genus of herbivorous dinosaur in the infraorder Ceratopsia. It lived in and around Utah during the Campanian stage of the Wahweap Formation.

Quelques crânes de Ceratopsidae du Burpee Museum of Natural History. Photos : Brenden Hall

Quelques crânes de Ceratopsidae du Burpee Museum of Natural History. Photos : Brenden Hall

Woolly Rhino Skull $1,200

Woolly Rhino Skull

We have the museum quality Woolly Rhino skulls. Cast in polyurethane resins.

T. rex fossilized skeleton. Dinosaurs In Their Time, Carnegie Museum of Natural History.

Rex fossilized skeletons at Carnegie Museum of natural History's Dinosaurs In Their Time Exhibit

Le dinosaure saurischien Allosaurus fragilis gypsicranium  (en plâtre). AMNH

Le dinosaure saurischien Allosaurus fragilis gypsicranium (en plâtre). AMNH

arsinoitherium fossil - This species were rhinoceros-like herbivores that lived during the late Eocene and the early Oligocene of northern Africa from 36 to 30 million years ago, in areas of tropical rainforest and at the margin of mangrove swamps

Arsinoitherium skull This species were rhinoceros-like herbivores that lived during the late Eocene and the early Oligocene of northern Africa from 36 to 30 million years ago, in areas of tropical rainforest and at the margin of mangrove swamps.

Camarasaurus sp. Photo : Scott Ellsworth

Camarasaurus: the name is in reference to the chambers in its skull. Photo by Scott Ellsworth.

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