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THE CLAW OF A TYRANNOSAURUS REX
THE CLAW OF A TYRANNOSAURUS REX

MONTANA

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THE CLAW OF A TYRANNOSAURUS REX
MONTANA
From the Hell Creek Formation, Garfield County, Late Cretaceous (circa 69-66 million years ago) the 4 ½-inch dewclaw of Tyrannosaurus rex supported on fitted stand.
4 x 4 ¼ x 2in. (10 x 11 x 5cm.)

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The most famous and iconic of all dinosaur species, the T-rex was first described by Henry Fairfield Osborn in 1905 from a skeleton found in 1902 from the Hell Creek Formation in Montana. Standing over 13ft tall and 40ft long, the T-rex was the top predator of the late Cretaceous, and amongst the last dinosaurs to walk the earth before their mass extinction.

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