Reptiles

Apachesaurus

VERTS

Apachesaurus

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Mosasaur

JAW

Mosasaur jaw 9 inches long. ( Late Cretaceous)

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Plesiosaurus

JAW

Good standard clean vert in its matrix (8.5 inch long) Jurassic (Morocco)

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Ichthyosaur

JAW

Ichthyosaur jaw with at lease 50 teeth 14.5 x 5 cms, has had repairs however just gluing together, no other restoration. Ichthyosaurs (Greek for "fish lizard") clean not in matrix. Jurassic from Lyme Regis

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Ichthyosaur

PADDLE

Ichthyosaur 10 CMs x 5.5 This is a perfect clean fossil with no restoration

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Ichthyosaur

VERT

Three 4.5inch verts stuck together partly in matrix clean with no restoration

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Ichthyosaur

SKULL

Ichthyosaur skull 8 x 5.5 inches skull in amazing condition. Front on the matrix and on the back some bone in the matrix. Museum quality. Lyme Regis (Jurassic)

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Ichthyosaur

PADDLE  BONE

8 cms single paddle bone (no restoration & free from matrix)

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Ichthyosaur

JAW

Rare toothless Ichthyosaur Jaw, set in its matrix. Museum quality Very rare. 10 inches long. Lower Jurassic (UK)

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Keichousaurus

SKELETON

Keichousaurus on a 5x4inch slate. Keichousaurus (key-cho-saurus) is a genus of marine reptile in the pachypleurosaur family which went extinct at the close of the Triassic in the Triassic-Jurassic extinction event. Triassic (China)

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Plesiosaur Colymbosaurus

TOOTH

Plesiosaur Colymbosaurus ID from Sandown dinosaur museum, very rare find from this area ans in great condition. Isle of Wight, Compton beach (Jurassic)

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Sarcosuchus

LIMB BONE

Sarcosuchus limb bone Morocco

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Pliosaurus SP

JAW

Partial Pliosaurus SP. Jaw Turonian Morocco (Jurassic)

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Sarcosuchus

SCOOT

Sarcosuchus scoot whole large but clean Morocco

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Cheloniidae Turtle

PADDLE BON

Cheloniidae Turtle paddle bone (2.5 inches). Lyloloma Morocco ( Palaeocene)

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Mosasaurs

JAW

Mosasaurs breathed air, were powerful swimmers, and were well-adapted to living in the warm, shallow inland seas prevalent during the Late Cretaceous period. Mosasaurs were so well adapted to this environment that they gave birth to live young. This massive jaw has 8 large teeth this is a real jaw not reconstructed. Sahara Morocco

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Sarcosuchus

LIMB

Sarcosuchus limb ( 12.5 inch)

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Cheloniidae

SKULL

Museum quality skull out of matrix Lyloloma Morocco

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Therapsid / Pelycosaurs

SKELETON

Therapsid / Pelycosaurs (Carboniferous period

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Crocodile

SKULL

Very clean and well set whole skull and bones / verts in matrix Crocodile

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sirrocopteryx Moroccensis

WING BONE

30 cms long with one repair & the marks are visable where the mussle and tendons were. Pterosaur wing, sirrocopteryx Moroccensis in the Tenga formation Morocco

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Sarcosuchus

TOOTH

Sarcosuchus 14 CMs tooth and root

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Mosasaur

VERT'S

23 inch Mosasaur vert with ribs block set in matrix with the plaster still on the back from collecting. Museum quality Sahara Morocco

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Mosasaur

VERT'S

41 inch, 18 vert block set in matrix with the plaster still on the back from collecting.

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Plesiosaur

VERT

2 Great clean out of matrix verts with no restoration

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Pliosaurus

VERT

Large dark brown Pliosaurus vert out of matrix Late Jurrasic Europe

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Mosasaur

TOOTH

Large Mosasaur tooth with root Sahara Morocco

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Champsosaurus

VERT

Champsosaurus verts (3) Montana, hell creek USA

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Turtle

SCUTE

Turtle scute

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Diplocynodon

SCUTE, JAW AND TEETH WITH VERTS

Croc scute, jaw and teeth with verts. Bouldnor IOW (Pleistocene)

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Diplocynodon

SCOOTE & JAW

Croc Jaw and scute Bouldnor IOW

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Diplocynodon

VERTS

5 croc verts var sizes

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Sarcosuchus

SCUTE

Sarcosuchus scutes 5.5 inch x 3 inch stuck back together to see this massive scute

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Emys Turtle

SHELL

Emys Sp. Turtle scute Hampseted beds Bouldnor IOW

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Crocodile

VERT

Crocodile verts

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Coloborhynchus moroccensis

WING BONE

Pterosaur wing bone. Coloborhynchus moroccensis. Taouz, Errachidia Province, South Morocco

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Croc

VERT

Croc vert wealden beds IOW Wealden beds IOW

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Sarcosuchus

SCUTE

Sarcosuchus was a giant relative of crocodiles, with fully grown individuals estimated to have reached up to 9–9.5 m (29.5–31.2 ft) in total length and 3.45–4.3 tonnes (3.80–4.74 short tons) in weight

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Plesiosaurus

TOOTH

Plesiosaurus tooth

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Plesiosaurus

TOOTH

Plesiosaurus

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Sarcosuchus

TEETH

Sarcosuchus Teeth

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Pliosaurus

TEETH

Pliosaurus Scunthorpe UK ( Late Jurassic)

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Crocodile

TOOTH

Crocodile IOW Bouldnor (Oligocene)

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Sarcosuchus

SKULL FRAGMENT

Sarcosuchus was a giant relative of crocodiles, with fully grown individuals estimated to have reached up to 9–9.5 m (29.5–31.2 ft) in total length and 3.45–4.3 tonnes (3.80–4.74 short tons) in weight.The bone section is from the skull 6inch x 5.5inch section of the skull top

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Barasaurus Besairiei

FOSSIL REPTILE

Fossil Reptile Barasaurus Besairiei Permian Madagascar. Lower Sakamena Formation, Madagascar 295 to 272mya

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