Saltasaurus Egg Shell

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Incredibly preserved egg shell pieces from Saltasaurus, a Titantosaur sauropod, from Patagonia, Argentina. These egg shell large pieces are larger than most and are massive with a shell thickness of 3/16". These are late Cretaceous age shells were found in Neuquen Province, Patagonia, Argentina. All natural. No restoration. Authenticity guaranteed.

A201       Size: 1-3/16"

Incredible dinosaur egg shell pieces from an Argentine Titanosaurid dinosaur. The Patagonia site contains 1000s of egg clutches that hold 20 to 40 eggs each. Embryonic remains were also discovered. Typical eggs were 4 to 5 inches in diameter and some reached 7". Eggs were laid in shallow excavated depressions without burial. Authenticity guaranteed.

Name: Saltasaurus lorcatus

Type: Titanosaurian Sauropod Dinosaur

Egg shell type: Megaloolithus patagonicus

Age: Late Cretaceous (80 MMYA)

Formation: Anacleto Formation

Location: Neuquen Province, Patagonia,  Argentina