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Arstanosaurus Skull cast replica

Arstanosaurus Skull cast replica. Arstanosaurus pronounced: Ahr-stan-oh-SAWR-us was discovered in Baishin Tsav, Gobi Desert, Southeastern Mongolia

Arstanosaurus is from the Late Cretaceous (Santonian), Bayn Shireh Formation.

This skull measures 5.51 inches (140 mm).

The name "Arstanosaurus" means: 'Reptile from Arstan well'

Photo of top of skull

Classification: ORNITHOPODA: Hadrosauridae; Hadrosaurinae

Studies of the microstructure of the bones suggest that the young grew rapidly attaining a height of 40-50 centimetres in the first year after hatching.

This skull is that of a young hadrosaurid or duck-billed dinosaur, possibly aged 3-4 years. Adults were probably 6-7 metres high and up to 15 metres long.

Resin cast: $160 USD

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Bactrosaurus sp. skeleton cast replica

Bactrosaurus meaning "Bactrian lizard," "Bactria" + sauros = lizard) was a herbivorous dinosaur that lived in east Asia (late Cretaceous). The position Bactrosaurus occupies in the Cretaceous makes it one of the earliest known hadrosaurs, and although it is not known from a full skeleton, Bactrosaurus is one of the best known of these early hadrosaurs, making its discovery a significant finding.

A typical Bactrosaurus would have been 6 metres (20 ft) long and 2 metres (6.6 ft) high when standing on all fours, and weighed 1.1 to 1.5 tonnes (2,400 to 3,300 lb), with an 80 centimetres (2.6 ft) femur.

It was an early relative of Lambeosaurus,[1] and shows a number of iguanodont-like features, including three stacked teeth for each visible tooth, small maxillary teeth, and an unusually powerful build for a hadrosaur. It shows features intermediate between those of the two main hadrosaurid groups, and may represent an ancestral form that evolved from an earlier iguanodontid dinosaur.

Bactrosaurus was originally described as lacking a crest, which would be typical for an iguanodont, but anomalously primitive for a lambeosaurine like itself. However subsequent study of Bactrosaurus remains uncovered pieces of what appear to be the base of an incompletely preserved crest

Bactrosaurus sp. skeleton cast replica

Late Cretaceous

Discovered in Elianhaote, Neimenggu

Skeleton measures 150 x 75 x 45 cm

For sale or lease

Purchase price $7,000

Rental price: $2,000

Brachylophosaurus skull cast please inquire.

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Duck Bill dinosaur skull cast: Saurolophus angustirostris

Duckbill Dinosaur skull Saurolophus angustirostris
Discovered in Mongolia, Nemegt formation
Age: Late Cretaceous

Saurolophus (meaning "reptile crest") is a genus of large hadrosaurine duckbill dinosaur that lived in North America (Canada) and Asia (Mongolia); it is one of the few genera of dinosaurs known from multiple continents. It is distinguished by a spike-like crest which projects up and back from the skull. Saurolophus was a herbivorous dinosaur which could move about either bipedally or quadrupedally.

The distinctive spike-like crest of Saurolophus has been interpreted in multiple ways, and could have had multiple functions. brown suggested it could provide an area for muscle attachment and a connection point for a nonbody back frill like that seen in the basilisk lizard. Peter Dodson interpreted it as having use in sexual identification. Maryanska and Osmolska, noting the hollow base, suggested that the crest increased the surface area of the respiratory cavity, and helped in thermoregulation. James Hopson supported a function as a visual signal, and further mentioned the possibility that there were inflatable skin flaps over the nostrils that could have acted as resonators and additional visual signals.

Resin cast measures: 14 x 29 x 7 Inches

$675 Sale $660

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Duckbill/Albertosaur Elements Sand Box Panel / Dinosaur dig panel: 8'x4'


Above both panels combined into 1 extra large panel Here are 2 seperate Sand Box Panels each measuring 4'x4'. They combine to form one 8x4 foot Dinosaur dig panel.

The panels consist of Duckbill and Albertosaur Elements.

The left panel has: jaw, vertebra, pelvis, femur, tibia, and maxilla.

The panel on the right has: jaw, vertebra, humerus, ribs, and hand.

Each panel is $800. This item needs to be shipped in a crate (approx cost $100, plus shipping).

Makes a great display or interactive dinosaur dig.

$1,600 (plus crating and shipping)


Above 2 individual panels: $800 each (plus crating/shipping)


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Edmontosaurus annectens skeletons cast replicas

Edmontosaurus annectens skeletons cast replicas.

Two truly beautiful Edmontosaurus skeletons, adult and juvenile.

The adult measures 24 feet long (7.31m)

The juvenile skeleton measures 15 feet long (4.57m)

Edmontosaurus (adult) $70,850 skeleton cast replica

Edmontosaurus (juvenile) $42,900 skeleton

Apparently our adult Edmontosaurus survived an attack from a theropod, which left deep gouges in the right dentary and shallower gouges in the left dentary. The Edmontosaur may have pulled away from its attacker, causing the deep wounds. Close examination suggests that the wounds may have begun to heal, leading to the possibility that it survived the attack for awhile, only to succumb to infection and die a short while later.

(Late Cretaceous, Harding County, SD)

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Edmontosaurus skulls (museum quality)
Edmontosaurus (adult) skull cast replica measures approx 34 inches long.

$4,095 (plus shipping)

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Edmontosaurus (juvenile) skull: $2,470 (plus shipping)

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Also available alone, the skulls from our Edmontosaurus skeletons (above).

The juvenile skull measures approx 24 inches in length.

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Edmontosaurus Skull cast replica
Edmontosaurus Skull profile plaque.

Hadrosaurid duckbill dinosaur of Cretaceous Alberta, western Canada.

Royal Ontario MNH #.

Measures 46x24in (120x60cm)

Resin cast: $865.00 (plus shipping)

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Need an Edmontosaurus skeleton? We can get you one (real or replica) - just ask!

Edmontosaurus resembled Maiasaura (see Maiasaurus below) in its shape and posture, though the two genera were quite different in size. We have access to real fossil Edmontosaurus skulls and skeletons (please inquire).

Edmontosaurus skin attached to tibia cast (item #M23)
A rare find. This partial tibia of an Edmontosaurus has skin attached to it.

This resin cast makes a great teaching aid and tells us much about what this Hadrosaur looked like.

The tibia measures approx. 13 inches at its widest point x 6 1/2 inches.

The portion of the tibia that is covered by skin measures 2 1.2 inches x 4 inches.

$45 (plus shipping)

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Edmontosaurus Duckbill Dinosaur Toothrow cast replica

Duckbill Dinosaur Toothrow from an Edmontosaurus

Resin cast $20 (plus shipping)

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Gryposaurus Skull Plaque cast replica
Gryposaurus Skull Plaque cast replica.

Attractive dinosaur skull wall-hanging plaque.

This dinosaur cast measures approx. 70cm wide.

$195 (plus shipping).

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Hypacrosaurus sp. Skeleton cast replica

Hypacrosaurus sp. Skeleton - Juvenile cast replica dinosaur.

Fossil range: Late Cretaceous,

Reconstructed skeleton

Scientific classification: Kingdom: Animalia, Phylum: Chordata, Class: Sauropsida, Superorder: Dinosauria, Order: Ornithischia, Family: Hadrosauridae, Subfamily: Lambeosaurinae, Tribe: Corythosaurini, Genus: Hypacrosaurus (Brown, 1913)

Species: Hypacrosaurus altispinus (type specimen, Brown, 1913) Hypacrosaurus stebingeri (Horner & Currie, 1994)

Synonyms Cheneosaurus (Lambe, 1917), Procheneosaurus Matthew, 1920 (in part)

Hypacrosaurus (meaning "near the highest lizard", because it was almost but not quite as large as Tyrannosaurus) was a genus of duckbill dinosaur similar in appearance to Corythosaurus.

Measures 10 ft 1 inch (3.05m long)

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Iguanodon orientalis skull
Iguanodon orientalis skull

Iguanodon means "Iguana tooth". It is classified as: Ornithopoda; Iguanodontia; Iguanodontidae

Early Cretaceous (Aptian), Barum Bayan Formation

Discovered in the Gobi Desert, Southwestern Mongolian Peoples' Republic.

Its hands had four fingers and a spike-like thumb, which it may have used to defend itself. Its teeth are reminiscent of those in hypsilophodonts, flattened side to side, and leaf-shaped. They probably sliced up plant material like a pair of scissors.

Because of the large number of skeletons of these dinosaurs frequently found together and evidence from fossil track ways, palaeontologists think they may have formed herds. Their remains are most often found in sediments deposited in swampy, lake and river edge environments suggesting that is the place they spent most of their time munching on horsetails (like the living Equisetum), ferns, cycads and various kinds of conifers.

Iguanodon orientalis from Mongolia (above) is very similar to iguanodonts from Europe (below) except for its huge, bulbous 'nose.' This hollow structure may have been used as a resonating chamber for making 'dinosaur music or mating calls.

This skull measures 90cm in length

Cast in resin.

$975 (USD)

Please be aware that this cast is dropped shipped to you from outside of the US. Import duties and taxes (if any) are the responsibility of the customer and not included in this price.

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If you are looking for Iguanodon atherfieldensis, Iguanodon bernissartensis, or Iguanodon Mantelli cast replicas skulls or skeletons just ask us.



Iguanodon sp. skeleton cast replica

Iguanodon sp. skeleton cast replica.

Early Cretaceous

Molded from the original discovered in Alashanqi, Neimenggu

Skeleton cast measures: 560x110x300cm

Purchase for $20,000

or rent for $2,000

Or purchase the skull by itself for $3,000



Iguanodon dinosaur track cast replica

Iguanodon Large Dinosaur Footprint (WDP502)

Polyurathane cast.

Measures 28x22x3in

$125.00 (plus shipping)

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We also have an Iguanodon claw and complete skeleton available.

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Lambeosaurus dinosaur skull cast replica

Lambeosaurus dinosaur skull cast replica. This skull is a 3/4 profile skull (there is no back side).

This replica skull is from a juvenile Lambeosaurus. The large hollow bony crest had not yet developed on this young and small specimen.

A neat duckbill dinosaur skull at a great price.

Measures: 14 inches long by 10 inches high.

$200 (plus shipping)

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Maiasaur Juvenile skeleton

Maiasaur Juvenile skeleton cast replica.

Maiasaura (meaning "good mother lizard") is a large duck-billed dinosaur genus that lived in the area currently covered by the state of Montana in the Upper Cretaceous Period (Campanian). It is only known from the upper Two Medicine Formation.

From Cretaceous Montana. This is a free standing mount.

Maisaurus (some spell: Miasaurus) skeleton cast in durable resin.

Mounted and crated.

Skeleton measures 7ft (2.1m) long and 5ft (1.5m) high.

Molded from a skeleton in a private collection

Articulated skeleton mount: $14,400

- or - rent it for $2,000 per month



Maisaur, juvenile skull cast (item #S 107)
Maisaur, juvenile skull cast replica.

A great duckbilled dinosaur skull.

Maiasaur skull measures 15 inches long and 7 inches high.

Cast: $345 (plus shipping)

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Marasuchus / Marasaurus Dinosaur cast Skeleton plaque

Marasuchus is a genus of dinosaur-like ornithodiran from the middle Triassic Period of Argentina. The species Marasuchus illoensis was originally described as a second species of Lagosuchus, L. lilloensis. However, in a restudy of Lagosuchus by Sereno and Arcucci (1994), the authors concluded that the original (type) specimen was too poorly preserved to allow any further specimens to be assigned to the genus. They also noted that the L. illoensis specimen had limb proportions different from the type species. On this basis, they assigned L. illoensis to a new genus, Marasuchus.

Resin cast measures aprox 3 1/2 by 4 feet.

$800 (plus crating and shipping) We have many more Dinosaur dig panels here

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Parasaurolophus cast replica
Parasaurolophus (pronounced PARR-ə-SAWR-ə-LOH-fəs; meaning "near crested lizard" in reference to Saurolophus) is a genus of ornithopod dinosaur.

It was a herbivore that walked both as a biped and a quadruped. Three species are recognized: P. walkeri (the type species), P. tubicen, and the short-crested P. cyrtocristatus. Remains are known from Alberta (Canada), and New Mexico and Utah (USA). It was first described in 1922 by William Parks from a skull and partial skeleton in Alberta.

Parasaurolophus skeleton or Parasaurolophus skull cast replicas available. We have tons of photos - just email us!



Probactrosaurus gobiensis

Probactrosaurus gobiensis

meaning of Name: "Before the Bactrian reptile"

Probactrosaurus is classified as: ORNITHOPODA; Iguanodontia; Iguanodontidae.

Probactrosaurus skeleton.

It's fossils have been found in the Early Cretaceous (Aptian-Albian) sediments.

Discovered in the Alashan Desert, Inner Mongolia, China.

Complete skeleton 500cm (16 1/2 feet) in length

Resin cast: Price $21,300



Prosaurolophus Skull cast replica (Plaque)

Prosaurolophus Skull cast (Plaque).

Beautiful duck-billed dinosaur skull replica cast in resin.

$575.00

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Prosaurolophus (pronounced PRO-sore-OLL-oh-fuss) means "before Saurolophus", in comparison to the later dinosaur with a similar head crest. Prosaurolphus is a genus of hadrosaurid (or duck-billed) dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous of North America. It is known from the remains of at least 25 individuals belonging to two species, including skulls and skeletons, but it remains obscure. Around 9 meters long (29.5 ft), its fossils have been found in Alberta, and the roughly contemporaneous Two Medicine Formation in Montana. Its most recognizable feature is a small solid crest formed by the nasal bones, sticking up in front of the eyes.

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Tsintaosaurus skeleton cast replica



Tsintaosaurus skull cast replica reproduction

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Velafrons Skull cast replica

Velafrons Skull cast replica

Scientific Name: Velafrons coahuilensis

Location:: Coahuila Mexico

Formation: Cerro del pueblo

Cretaceous

Measures 22" long

Specimen: Museo del Desierto

$1,900 (SALE: $1,850) (plus shipping)

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