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6.5 in. Grallator sp. Dilophosaurus Toe Claw + Footprint Track Fossil Utah

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6.5 in. Grallator sp. Dilophosaurus Toe Claw + Footprint Track Fossil Utah
$800.00

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An amazing specimen which not only shows the trace footprint of an ancient Dilophosaurus, but also two well defined toe claw imprints!

Dilophosaurus Toe Claws + Footprints
Eubrontes sp.

Early Jurassic Period - 200-195 million years old
Moenave Formation, St. George, Utah, USA

Plate : 11 x 7.5 inches
Footprint : 6.5 x 5.25
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One can imagine the muddy, silted shoreline where prehistoric animals of all sorts would come to seek water, food, or a cool resting place...

The Dilophosaurus (Grallator) was a 20-foot-long, double-crested theropod, that lived 190 million years ago and whose remains are found across North America, including southern Utah.

Nearly 200 million years ago (Early Jurassic time), Lake Dixie was a large, freshwater oasis attracting dinosaurs to its water’s edge with its abundance of large fish and shores of edible plants.

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