Edmontosaurus annectens "WXT"


Edmontosaurus annectens "WXT"

Edmontosaurus skin impressions

This specimen is an exceptionally large individual, and will measure 35 feet (10.7m) long, and 12 feet (3.66m) high at the hips.

Standing on two legs the head could rise to over 20 feet. Approximately 65-75% of the original skeleton is preserved, sans skull. The skull placed on the mounted specimen would be a composited cast at nearly 4 feet (1.3m) long. Skin impressions have been preserved on some bone and matrix surfaces suggesting this Edmontosaurus was partially mummified.

Skin impressions
Skin impressions have been observed in a number of places on this partially mummified Edmontosaurus

Locality: Hell Creek Formation of South Dakota. 66 million years old

Size: 10.7 meters (35 feet) long, and 3.6 meters (12 feet) high at the hips

Availability: Delivery 12-18 months from date of acquisition

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Edmontosaurus field jackets
Sturdy field jackets were constructed to preserve articulation and soft tissues
Edmontosaurus phalanges
Bone preservation is excellent and many distal elements were recovered, including these phalanges

Comments: Most material is in field jackets. Preparation can begin immediately. Some skin impressions on several parts of the body are preserved with the fossil material.