Dinosaur Egg Shell – Patagonia
• Geological Age: Late Cretaceous period, 70 to 65 millions years old
• Location: Lower Member. Allen Fm. Desert South of General Roca, Rio Negro Prov. Patagonia, Argentina, South America.
• Family: Dinosaur
• Species: Saltasaurus
Fossil egg shell specimens which once belonged to the titan sauropod, Saltasaurus, a large animal which walked on all fours and had a long neck and whip like tail. The egg shell still exhibits its porous texture and comes supplied in a magnifier box. Suitable for older children and collectors or for educational use, a data label is also on the box.
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Fossilised egg shell remains which once belonged to the titanosaur, Saltasaurus. This colossal sauropod dinosaur roamed the Allem Dessert of what is now Patagonia in South America, a titan of an animal, it had a long, thick muscular neck and an even longer whip like tail. These remains are of the egg shells which the animals laid, they are only fragments, but in excellent condition, the porous texture of the shell is easily visible, however, they do come supplied in a plastic magnifier box with x 4 magnification, making observation easier along with a small label. Suitable for serious collectors as well as young ones.