.61" Ceratopsian Dinosaur Tooth - Montana

This is a beautiful tooth from an unidentified ceratopsian that was collected from the Hell Creek Formation of Carter County, Montana. The tip of this tooth preserved nicely with only a small amount of chipping along one edge. It comes with an acrylic bubble display case.


Ceratopsians are a group of plant-eating dinosaurs from the Cretaceous characterized by a bony frill on the back of the skull and a unique upper beak bone, called a rostral. Ceratopsians ranged in size from 1 meter (3 ft) and 23 kilograms (50 lb) to over 9 meters (30 ft) and 9,100 kg (20,100 lb). Triceratops is by far the best-known ceratopsian to the general public.
DETAILS
SPECIES
Unidentified Ceratopsian
LOCATION
Pondera County, Montana
FORMATION
Two Medicine Formation, Judith River Group
SIZE
.61" long
CATEGORY
SUB CATEGORY
ITEM
#71356
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