A Top Quality, Triceratops horridus jaw section (maxilla section) from the late Cretaceous of northern North America. A July Fossil of the Month. Triceratops was a large ceratopsian dinosaur found in the Hell Creek and Lance Creek formations which is know for three horns and a large frill protecting its neck. This is a great jaw section with exceptional detail preserved and great color / patina. You can see the ten complete tooth channels which are approximately 1/2" wide which is a characteristic of Triceratops and distinguishes it from a Hadrosaur which is closer to 1/4" wide. Triceratops bones are more difficult to find. No repair or restoration. 100% natural specimen. Legally collected on private land in Powder River Co., Montana. Authenticity guaranteed. An excellent collector's quality jaw section.
DC32 SIZE: 6-1/2" x 3"
Note - Adding 20 new Triceratops fossils in July 2022. Link to Triceratops fossils catalog