• Geological Age: Kimmeridgian stage, Jurassic period, 157 to 152 millions years old
• Location: Abingdon, Oxfordshire, UK
• Family: Dinosaur
• Species: Either Ischyrosaurus or Cetiosaurus
These dinosaur bone fragments are fossils which belonged to one of two species of sauropod, large, heavy four legged long necked dinosaurs, Ischyrosaurus or Cetiosaurus which lived during the Jurassic period over 150 million years ago. Found in Abingdon, Oxfordshire in the UK. The samples exhibit parts of the dinosaurs anatomy which from these pieces, is too difficult to determine, however, the pieces do show the colour and texture of the fossils, an excellent attribute for serious collectors or educational use.
Sauropods were the largest land animals to ever live. They are characterised by their size, long necks and long tails. These specimens, which were found in Abingdon, Oxfordshire, UK belong to an unknown species (likely to be Cetiosaurus or Ischyrosaurus) from the Kimmeridgian stage of the Jurassic Period. An essential part to any fossil collection, these bone specimens allow acute analysis of the interior bone structure and provide rough genuine texture to the fossil. Come supplied with card trays and information cards.