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HADROSAUR DENTARY WITH JUMBLE OF TEETH - CRETACEOUS, S. DAKOTA, U.S.A.
HADROSAUR DENTARY WITH JUMBLE OF TEETH - CRETACEOUS, S. DAKOTA, U.S.A. HADROSAUR DENTARY WITH JUMBLE OF TEETH - CRETACEOUS, S. DAKOTA, U.S.A. HADROSAUR DENTARY WITH JUMBLE OF TEETH - CRETACEOUS, S. DAKOTA, U.S.A. HADROSAUR DENTARY WITH JUMBLE OF TEETH - CRETACEOUS, S. DAKOTA, U.S.A.
 

HADROSAUR DENTARY WITH JUMBLE OF TEETH - CRETACEOUS, S. DAKOTA, U.S.A.


Edmontosaurus sp. indet.

Part of the maxilla bone from the skull of a 'Duck Billed 'Dinosaur. The thin flat bone shows 6 parallel grooves in which sat the battery of grinding teeth. In this instance on the death of the Dinosaur all the teeth became detached from the jaw and have dropped to the bottom of the bone where they are lying in a jumbled heap. Very unusual to see this arrangement.

Upper Cretaceous, Maastrichtian. Hells Creek Formation.
Ziebach County, South Dakota, U.S.A.

Bone : 5 x 4 x 1 cm.
 



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