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Taylor Made Fossils

We provide excellent Dinosaur fossils and dinosaur cast replicas to museums, universities and collectors. We ship anywhere in the world and accept checks, money orders, credit cards, paypal and purchase orders. Payment plans and escrow are also available on some items. All items are cast in the best resins available. Colors may vary.

If we don't have it we will find it for you (often for less than our competitors)! We can find real fossils or replicas and get you the lowest price anywhere. Do you have something you'd like to sell? We can help by listing it here at no cost to you.

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Acrocanthosaurus atokensis Skull - Fossil Replica (BHI #126393)

This is the best replica skull available, from the rare and elusive Acrocanthosaurus, a meat-eating dinosaur from the Early Cretaceous. This replica is cast from the most complete skull ever found for this genus and species. The original skull is so complete that it has been described, to represent the entire genus and species. The skull is almost as long as Tyrannosaurus rex, yet much narrower. It appears to be very similar to, and almost as long as, Carcharodontosaurus from North Africa, and Gigantosaurus from Argentina.

Easily transported to off-site locations for outreach programs, promotional opportunities, etc.

Age Early Cretaceous

Locality Antlers Formation, McCurtain County, Oklahoma, USA

The original skeleton was prepared by Black Hills Institute and is now on display at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh, NC, USA.

Notes Some geographic restrictions may apply. May take up to three months for delivery. Check with us to see if an earlier delivery is possible. Size ~ 56.5" l (144 cm) Extras Crate and packing fees apply. Please contact us for details.

Lease Info This item is leasable at 10% of listed price per month. See our rental page DinosaurRentals.com for more details.

Acrocanthosaurus skull cast Purchase price: $__ (plus crating and shipping)

Acrocanthosaurus skeleton cast replica $__ (plus crating and shipping).

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Acrocanthosaurus atokensis Right Arm - Fossil Replica (BHI #126392)

Acrocanthosaurus had the most powerful arms of any theropod that ever lived! This dinosaur is considered by most scientists to be the sauropod hunter in the trackway at Glen Rose, Texas.

This is a replica cast from the only complete arm from an Acrocanthosaurus. Displayed in a "grabbing pose", all of the muscle and tendon attachments are evident. Can be mounted on an optional steel base. Exhibit alone or with a group of other dinosaur arms.

Age Early Cretaceous
Locality Antlers Formation, McCurtain County, Oklahoma, USA

The original skull and skeleton were prepared by Black Hills Institute and is now on display at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh, NC, USA. Notes: May take up to four weeks for delivery. Check with us to see if an earlier delivery is possible. Size ~ 39" l (99 cm)

Price: $__ (no stand)

$__ (with display stand)

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Albertosaurus sarcophagus skeleton cast replica

Albertosaurus sarcophagus skeleton cast replica $ (plus shipping)

Albertosaurus sarcophagus skull cast replica $__ (plus shipping)

Shipping and crating cost not included.

Albertosaurus sarcophagus skull and skeleton cast replicas.

This beautiful specimen was molded from fossils discovered in the Two Medicine Formation, Teton County, MT, US. The originals are now in the Museum of World Treasures, Wichita, KS, US.

The Skeleton cast measures: 20' long and 7.5' w (at the hips) or 6 m x 2.5 m at the hips.

The Skull cast measures 32" x 18" x 12"

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Albertosaurus hand and arm casts

Albertosaurus sarcophagus skull ($__)
and Albertosaurus skeleton cast ($ assembled / $ unassembled kit) also available.

From the dinosaur of Cretaceous Alberta, Canada. Royal Ontario Museum skeleton specimen.

Albertosaurus hand (left in photo) measures 16.5 in (420mm). 8oz. $__

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Albertosaurus arm (right in picture) measures 42in (1.1 m) long. $__ (plus shipping)

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Albertosaurus foot cast

Albertosaurus sarcophagus foot

From the dinosaur of Cretaceous Alberta, Canada. Royal Ontario Museum skeleton specimen.

Albertosaurus foot measures 36in (91cm) in length. $___ (plus shipping)

Ships UPS in oversized box: 30 X 30 X 17 and weight 16 lbs. UPS $50 oversize charge applies

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Allosaurus skull cast Allosaurus fragilis

Allosaurus fossil skull replica.

Measures approx: 33" long x 18" high x 12" wide ( 89x50x30cm)

Allosaurus skull cast: Was $1,960.

Special sale 1/2 off this skull: $ (plus $200 crating and shipping. For shipping cost outside US please contact us.

Shipping cost not included.

The crate size is 44 x 22 x 28 high and the weight is 75 lbs. Contact us for shipping quote.

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Allosaurus skull #2

The Allosaurus is one of the most famous dinosaurs ever discovered, and this exceptional fossil is a perfect representation of this legendary predator.

This specimen is from a full grown adult, and it measures 35L"x14W"x18H". It is cast in resin which yields extremely realistic texture.

Customer reviews: "The detail on the teeth is just fantastic!"

"It is wonderful! The color, texture, detailing are even better than your catalogue photographs. Thank you for your good business and integrity. You've have made me a customer for life"

"Thank you for a fine specimen!"

Our allosaurus skull was featured in a recent episode of HBO's "Entourage"

Allosaurus skull #2 resin cast: $_ plus shipping.

UPS Shipping will be $__ within the U.S. We will gladly ship it anywhere in the world (shipping cost worldwide is based on weight and size. Shipping weight approx. 45 lbs). This skull takes approx. 7-10 days to prepare. A perfect last minute gift!

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Allosaurus: Juvenile Allosaurus skeleton and skull

Allosaurus jimmadseni skull; $975.00 plus shipping

A beautiful skull at a beautiful price!

This cast replica of a juvenile Allosaurus jimmadseni measures 20.5 inches (52 cm) long, 8 inches (20.3 cm) wide, ad 10.5 inches (20.6 cm) high. This is a juvenile allosaurus skull.

Optional stand is $75

Shipping is not included.

Allosaurus jimmadseni skeleton cast.

Skeleton measures 50 inches tall at the hip and 10ft long.

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We also have 2 other Allosaurus skeletons (juvenile and adult). Please email us for prices and pictures.



Allosaurus sp: Big Al Sculpted Bust

Here is a beautifully sculpted bust of the allosaurus known as "Big Al Two". It is wall-mounted (floor mount and stand are also available for additional cost). Measures approx. 48 inches long x 32 in high (123cmx82cm) without base. It is made of foam-filled fiberglass.

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Alxasaurus elesitaiensis skeleton cast replica

Alxasaurus (pronounced AWL-shah-SAWR-us) which means "Alxa Desert lizard" is a genus of therizinosauroid theropod dinosaur. From the Early Cretaceous of Inner Mongolia. It is one of the earliest known members of the superfamily Therizinosauroidea, but it still possessed the body shape - including the long neck, short tail, and long hand claws - of later therizinosauroids. Like other members of this group, it was a bipedal herbivore with a large gut to process plant material. Several specimens are known and the largest was a little over 12 feet (3.8 m) long.

Alxasaurus elesitaiensis skeleton cast replica

Early Cretaceous.

Molded from an original fossil discovered in Alashan, Neimenggu

Skeleton measures 300x60x130cm

For sale or rent.

Purchase price $15,000

Rental price $2,000

Kingdom: Animalia, Phylum: Chordata, Class: Sauropsida, Superorder: Dinosauria, Order: Saurischia, Suborder: Theropoda, Superfamily: Therizinosauroidea, Family: Alxasauridae, Genus: Alxasaurus, Species: Alxasaurus elesitaiensis (Russell & Dong, 1993)

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Anhanguera blittersdorfi pterosaur skeleton



Ankylosaurus

Animantarx ramaljonesi skeleton cast replicas
Mymoorapelta maysi skeleton cast replica
Gastonia burgei adult skeleton cast replica
Gastonia burgei juvenile skeleton cast replica
Ankylosaurus skulls
Ankylosaurus scutes

You can purchase all or part of any skeleton.


Ankylosaurus casts skulls and skeletons

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Apatosaurus excelsus skeleton cast replica
Full size adult Apatosaurus excelsus Skeleton cast replica.

The finest you will find. This beautiful skeleton measures 80ft long and 15' 6" high at the hip.

Custom mounting and poses available.

Apatosaurus skeleton cast $183,700 (plus shipping)

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Apatosaurus Femur #2

This apatosaurus femur measures 67" long.

The original is housed at BYU in the United States.

Resin cast $690 plus crating and shipping. There is also an optional stand.

This item will need to be crated ($100) for shipping. This cast is also available for pickup in St. Louis.

Crate measures: 86 x 92 x 22in. Total shipping weight (with crate and stand) 110 lbs.

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Appalachiosaurus montgomeriensis skeleton cast replica



Archaeornithomimus asiaticus dinosaur skeleton cast replica

Archaeornithomimus asiaticus skeleton cast replica

The original was discovered in Elianhaote, Neimenggu

Skeleton measures 320x55x140cm

For sale or rent.

Purchase price: $15,000

Rental price: $3,000

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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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Avimimus skeleton cast replica
Avimimus (A-vee-MIME-us)

Complete skeleton discovered in Udan Sayr, Gobi Desert, Mongolia

Late Cretaceous (Campanian), Djadokhta Formation

This skeleton measures 4 ft 9 inches long (1.5 meters)

Theropoda: relationships uncertain

Avimimus, means 'Bird mimic'. It was interpreted by its discoverer, Dr Sergi Kurzanov, as a dinosaur that had features in parallel with birds, perhaps even feathers. The animal possibly had short, wide wings of limited use for flight and may even have been warm blooded. The foot of Avimimus is compared with that of the large carnivorous dinosaur, Tarbosaurus and the similarities are clear. The middle metatarsal bone is very reduced in both.

Price $6,300 (plus shipping)

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Bactrosaurus sp. skeleton cast replica

Bactrosaurus sp. skeleton cast replica #1

Late Cretaceous

Discovered in Elianhaote, Neimenggu

Skeleton measures 4.92 ft x 2.46 ft x 1.48 ft (150x75x45cm)

For sale or lease

Purchase price $10,000

Rental price: $2,000

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Bagaceratops rozhdestvenskyi skull cast replica

Bagaceratops rozhdestvenskyi (Bag-a-CER-a-tops) whose name means 'Small horned face' was discovered in Khermin Tsav, Gobi Desert, Southern Mongolia

Late Cretaceous (Campanian), Barun Goyot Formation
Adults of this species grew up to 1 metre long (3.28 feet)
Classification: Ceratopsia: Neoceratopsia; Protoceratopsidae

This specimen of Bagaceratops rozhdestvenskyi is one of the smallest skulls known of a dinosaur. The large orbits suggest it was a juvenile. Related to Protoceratops andrewsi, this protoceratopsian was somewhat smaller, the skulls of the adults never exceeding 25 cm (9.8 in) in size.

A bony knob on the face, a precursor for the well-developed horns of the larger ceratopsians, was more prominent than that in Protoceratops andrewsi, but the frill was less elaborately developed. So, in one feature Bagaceratops rozhdestvenskyi was more advanced than Protoceratops andrewsi but in others, more primitive. It possessed a mixture of advanced and primitive characteristics.

As with other neoceratopsians, Bagaceratops had a sharp beak at the front of the jaws and a row of leaf shaped teeth behind. Below each tooth that erupted along the edge of the jaw was a waiting line of unworn teeth under the 'gums' so that these little dinosaurs were able to feed on very tough vegetation without wearing out their tooth supply.

Bagaceratops rozhdestvenskyi dinosaur skull cast replica $105 (plus shipping)

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Bambiraptor articulated skeleton cast replica also available. (please inquire)



Bellusaurus sui skeleton cast replica

Bellusaurus sui skeleton cast replica.

Skeleton cast measures 420 x 70 x 200cm

Available for sale or lease.

Purchase price: $25,000

Rental price $2,000

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Bothriolepis Armored Fish

Bothriolepis ("pitted scale" or "trench scale") was the most successful genus of antiarch placoderms, if not the most successful genus of any placoderm, with over 100 species found on every continent. It was a small benthic freshwater detrivore which lived in the Middle and Late Devonian

Scientific name: Bothriolepis panderi. This specimen was discovered in Morocco.

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Bothriolepis Armored Fish cast replica.

Resin cast with base measures 11"

$195 (plus shipping)

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Brachyceratops skull cast replica please inquire.

Brachyceratops skeleton cast replica please inquire.

Brachylophosaurus skull cast please inquire.



Brontotherium Titanothere skull replica

Brontotheriidae, also called Titanotheriidae, is a family of extinct mammals belonging to the order Perissodactyla, the order that includes horses, rhinoceroses, and tapirs. Superficially they looked rather like rhinos, although they were not true rhinos and are probably most closely related to horses. They lived until the very close of the Eocene.

Dimensions of the fossil skull replica: 26" long x 13" wide x 24" tall.

The skull and lowers are from Custer County, SD. The skull (upper) was collected on a cattle ranch in 1992 and the lowers found in the same area but, later in 1999.

Brontops sp. (robustus?)

Crazy Johnson Member

Chadron Formation

Custer County, SD

$795 (plus shipping)

Titanothere skull replica Brontotherium Brontops

Brontotheres have teeth adapted to shearing (cutting) relatively nonabrasive vegetation. Their molars have a characteristic W-shaped ectoloph (outer shearing blade).

The history of this group is well known, due to an excellent fossil record in North America. The earliest brontotheres, such as Eotitanops, were rather small, no more than a meter in height, and were hornless.

Brontotheres had massive body sizes, although some small species, such as Nanotitanops did persist through the Eocene. Some genera, such as Dolichorhinus, evolved highly elongated skulls. Later brontotheres were massive in size, up to 2.5 m (8.2 feet) in height with bizarre hornlike skull appendages. For instance the North American brontothere Megacerops had large sexually dimorphic paired horns above their noses. The sexually dimorphic horns suggest that brontotheres were highly gregarious (social) and males may have performed some sort of head clashing behavior in competition for mates. However, unlike rhinos, the horns of brontotheres are composed of bone, the frontal bone and nasal bone, and were placed side-to-side rather than front-to-back.

Brontotheres probably became extinct due to an inability to adapt to drier conditions and tougher vegetation (such as grasses) that spread during the Oligocene.

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Calf: Bos Taurus with Craniofacial duplication

Two heads, fused, but one endocranium and one foramen magnum that connected to a single neck and body. A very rare and beautiful specimen considering that the skulls are literally mirror images of one another. It appears to have been artistically created but really was molded and cast from a real skull. Custom Stand included.

This calf exhibits the rarest form of conjoined twinning known as Diprosopic Parapagus. This bizarre congenital defect results from the complete fusion of the bodies, limbs, necks and rear portions of the skulls of identical twins, with only their "faces" remaining to reveal their individual origins.

We had to show the underside of this unique specimen. Both mandibles were cast separately and attached to the skull in the correct anatomical position to match the original skull.

Cast measures: 8" Wide, 9" Long, 5" Deep

Two-faced Calf (Craniofacial duplication) $

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Camarasaurus skull #1
Camarasaurus skull cast #1.

This full size adult skull was molded from the finest known Camarasaurus skull.

Jurassic

Resin skull cast measures approx. 26 x 24 x 14 inches;

Resin cast $3,400 (price does not include shipping)

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Optional stand: $75

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Camarasaurus lentus skull #2 (Juvenile)

Camarasaurus lentus Juvenile skull #2

Resin cast $350
Sale $280 (plus shipping)

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Full size Camarasaurus lentus Juvenile skull cast replica.

Size 13" x 6" wide x 9" tall.

Camarasaurus (pronounced KAM-ah-rah-SAWR-us) and (meaning "chamber vertebra") was a large, long-necked plant-eating dinosaur that lived during the late Jurassic period. This sauropod was about 60 ft long and weighed roughly 30 tons.

This is a cast of the skull of a juvenile perhaps half grown. The original skull was found in Utah.



Camarasaurus femur, leg and foot cast

Camarasaurus femur (thigh bone; right side; fiberglass); Jurassic; $800 femur measures 58" long. The head of the femur is 16" wide.

Complete Camarasaurus leg and foot(right hind complete and mounted); Jurassic; $6,300 (price does not include shipping)

Complete Camaraurus skeleton also available

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Camptosaurus skeleton cast replica



Cat skulls and skeletons
We offer several fossil cat skulls and skeletons (sabertooth cats, tigers etc)

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Cave Bear (Ursus spelaeus) Fossils and casts / replicas

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We have the largest selection of Cave Bear (Ursus spelaeus) fossils anywhere. From Real Fossil Cave bear skulls and skeleton fossils to museum quality cast replicas.



Ceratosaur skeleton cast replica
Ceratosaur skeleton cast replica

Straight from the Jurassic, this skeleton measures 15 feet long.

Resin cast skeleton mounted, $39,000.

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Kingdom: Animalia, Phylum: Chordata, Class: Sauropsida, Superorder: Dinosauria, Order: Saurischia, Suborder: Theropoda, Infraorder: Ceratosauria, (Marsh, 1884)

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Ceratosaur skull cast replica

Ceratosaurus skull cast replica.

Measures Approx. 20 x 8 x 8 inches; $2,500 (price does not include shipping)

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Kingdom: Animalia, Phylum: Chordata, Class: Sauropsida, Superorder: Dinosauria, Order: Saurischia, Suborder: Theropoda, Infraorder: Ceratosauria, (Marsh, 1884)

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Chasmosaur skeleton cast

Chasmosaur Belli Skeleton replica

Mounted and crated.

Long-frilled ceratopsid herbivore dinosaur of Cretaceous Alberta (Canada).

17 ft (5.2 m) long. 7 ft (2.1 m) skull

Resin cast $24,600

$17,500 unassembled

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Skull also available separately $3,465 (price does not include shipping)

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Chirostenotes Claw Set replica
Chirostenotes (pronounced KIE-ro-Sten-o-teez, named from Greek 'narrow-handed') was an oviraptosaur from the late Cretaceous of Alberta, Canada. In life, the animal was about 9.5 feet long and 3 feet tall at the hips.

This is a cast of two Chirostenotes claws that were found together. The originals were collected in N.E. Montana's Hell Creek Formation. There was no restoration done to the fossils, both claws were near complete!
Item Size: Large Claw (3.25 inches along the top curve), Small Claw (2.5 inches along the top curve)
Composition: Solid plastic resin
Hand painted with acrylic clear coat More Dinosaur Claws

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Chirostenotes Resin claws

Large $16, Small $14 plus shipping

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Coahuilaceratops Skull cast replica

Coelurosaur Skull

Coelurosaur / Zunicoelurosaur skeleton

Conchoraptor Skull

Crinoid Plate Fossil cast replica.

Crinoids, also known as sea lilies or feather-stars, are marine animals

Cryolophosaurus; skull cast replica / Cryolophosaurus; skeleton cast replica - please inquire

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Darwinius masillae "Ida" (fossil cast)

Deinosuchus skull cast replica.



Deinocheirus arms (Deinocheirus skull skeleton casts replicas)


Deinocheirus arms cast replica.

Forelimbs 260cm in height

Also available: Deinocheirus skulls and skeletons casts replicas.

Deinocheirus arms $9,500 (plus shipping)

For many years Therizinosaurus cheloniformis and Deinocheirus mirificus presented palaeontologists with a puzzle. Evidently somehow related to the theropods or carnivorous dinosaurs, the function of their large claws and their attendant forelimbs was a mystery. Certainly, they had to belong to animals quite unlike Tarbosaurus bataar with its highly reduced forelimbs and yet they were animals clearly in the same size category.

Material that has recently come to light in China suggests that these animals were as atypical of large carnivorous dinosaurs as pandas are atypical of bears. Like pandas, they were probably gentle herbivores. They used their large forelimbs and claws to pull down branches on which to browse. The claws with the horny sheath that would have fitted over the outside of the bone may have been up to one metre long.

Some palaeontologists have even suggested that therizinosaurs may have used the huge claws for ripping into ant nests.

The picture of Therizinosaurus cheloniformis and Deinocheirus mirificus as browsers in a forest agrees well with the view that conditions in Central Asia had become much more moist than what they had been like years before.

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Locality: Gobi Desert, Southern Mongolia
Age: Late Cretaceous (Late Campanian-Early Maastrichtian), Nemegt Formation.
Size: Therizinosaurus arms were about 2.5 metres long, scythe-like claw 70cm long around its outer curve / Deinocheirus arms about 2.6 metres long

Meaning of Name: Therizinosaurus: Scythe reptile. Deinocheirus: "Terrible hand"
Pronunciation: Ther-ih-sen-oh-SAWR-us;Dine-oh-KIR-us
Classification: THEROPODA: relationships uncertain

Deinonychus skull cast replica #1.

Molded from an original fossil skull: $2,800.00 (plus shipping).

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Deinonychus (pronounced dye-NON-ik-us) (Greek "terrible" and "claw") was a genus of carnivorous dromaeosaurid dinosaur. There is one described species, Deinonychus antirrhopus.

Kingdom: Animalia, Phylum: Chordata, Class: Reptilia, Superorder: Dinosauria, Order: Saurischia, Suborder: Theropoda, Infraorder: Deinonychosauria, Family: Dromaeosauridae, Subfamily: Velociraptorinae, Genus: Deinonychus, Species: D. antirrhopus (type specimen)



Deinonychus skull cast replica #3

Deinonychus skull cast replica.

This rendering of a Deinonychus is made of resin and measures: 343mm (13.5") long.

Species: D. anthirrhopus

$250 (plus shipping)

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Diabloceratops eatoni Ceratopsian Dinosaur skull (Wahweap formation) Diabloceratops cast reproduction

Dimetrodon



Dimetrodon skull cast replica #1
Dimetrodon skull

Cast in resin.

This skull measures 13 x 8 x 7.5 inches.

Resin cast: $395.00

OR: We also have a damaged skull for $200 (please call)

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Dimetrodon skull cast replica #2 BYU specimen (item #S104)
Dimetrodon skull cast replica. This dimetrodon skull was molded from the original specimen at BYU.

Cast in resin.

This skull measures 13 inches long x 8inches wide x 9 inches high.

Dimetrodon skull cast: $465.00 (plus shipping)

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Dimetrodon skull cast replica #3 (item #S113)
Dimetrodon skull cast replica

Beautiful example of this mammal-like reptile of Permian Texas.

Cast in resin.

This skull measures 17 inches long x 9 inches wide x 11 inches high.

Resin cast: $580 (plus shipping)

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Dimetrodon skeleton cast replicas

Dimetrodon

Dimetrodon skeleton cast

Dimetrodon skeleton resin & fiberglass

6.5 feet long (This will be shipped by Freight. Crate size: 48L x 40W x 66H, Weight: 180 lbs)

To save on shipping the tail can be removed.

Casts may vary in color and type of stand used.

Resin cast $3,300 plus shipping

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Dimetrodon, pronounced (die-MET-roh-don) which means ("two measures of teeth" so named because it had a large skull with two different types of teeth; shearing teeth and sharp canine teeth, unlike reptiles. Dentition showing this differentiation of teeth is called heterodonty).

Dimetrodon has a large sail which was probably used to regulate body temperature; the surface area would allow it to warm up or cool off more efficiently. Dimetrodon was not a dinosaur but a pelycosaur, an early synapsid (mammal-like reptile).



Dimetrodon BYU skeleton

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Dimetrodon Limbatus skeleton. This wonderful Dimetrodon skeleton is the BYU specimen. A carnivorous mammal-like reptile from the Permian. Discovered in Texas, USA.

The skeleton measures 11ft long, and 4 ft high.

Unassembled resin cast: $9,399

Assembled resin cast $10,395



Dimetrodon Limbatus Hayashibara skeleton cast replica (item #AA113)

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Dimetrodon Limbatus Hayashibara skeleton cast replica. It doesn't get any better than this.

This cast replica Dimetrodon skeleton measures 11 feet long and 4 feet high. Assembled and crated.

Mammal-like reptile of Permian Texas. Hayashibara Science Museum.

$16,170.00 (plus shipping)

Also available unmounted (item #AA113A) $12,075.00

Dinosaur skin cast replica



Diplodocus skull (adult)

Diplodocus was a late Jurassic sauropod with a long neck, elephant-like legs, and a long tail. Diplodocus is named for the two pronged bones in the center of its long tail. The nostrils were at the top of the head. A member of the "peg shaped teeth" family of sauropods, the Titanosauridae.

Adult Diplodocus skull

Resin cast measures 24" long x 10" wide, 11.5" high

$995 Sale: $770

Would you like a Diplodocus or apatosaurus cast replica skeleton? Please inquire.

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Diplodocus Chevron

Diplodocus Chevron: Chevrons are a series of bones on the underside of the tail of reptiles. This Diplodocus chevron measures 11 inches in length. This is truly a monster.

Bone Clones Diplodocus Chevron cast replica $110.00

We also have a real fossil diplodocus chevron for sale (please inquire)

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Dracorex hogwartsia "Dragon King" Cast Reconstruction


Recently featured on the cover of National Geographic December 2007 (BIG BAD DINOSAURS) Dracorex hogwartsia is a brand new dinosaur species.

Type Species - Dracorex hogwartsia,From the late Cretaceous of North America.Etymology - from the Latin words: draco (meaning dragon) + rex (meaning king). translation: "dragon king"

This skull is the same species as holotype - TCMI 2004.17.1

Named after the fictional "Hogwarts Academy," from the Harry Potter series.

This is the first replica available for Dracorex hogwartsia! This profile contains the dentary and pre-dentary. The front teeth are serrated, looking as if this may be the first evidence of an omnivore! This replica is cast in solid resin and is made to hang on a wall or rest on a table.

Family: Pachycephalosauridae
Genus: Dracorex

Dracorex hogwartsia Skull (Left Profile In-Situ)
Restored Skull from the Left View, Entire tooth row!

Skull measures 13 inches high and 20 inches long.

$650 Sale: $595

Customer review: "It's wonderful, better looking than ANY known photograph can ever capture! Many thanks."

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Dromaeosaurus albertensis skull cast replica

Dromaeosaurus albertensis skeleton cast replica



Dromornis stirtoni
Dromornis stirtoni ("Stirton's Thunder Bird").

A flightless bird, Dromornis was the largest dromornithid*, it may have been the heaviest bird to have existed. It was 3.2 m tall and estimated to be 500 kg.

Discovered in Northern Territory, Australia.

Late Miocene

*Dromornithidae the dromornithids were a family of large, flightless Australian birds of the Pleistocene Epoch. All are now extinct. They were long classified in the order Struthioniformes, but are now usually classified as a family of Anseriformes.

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This Dromornis stirtoni cast replica measures approx. 3.2 meters high.

Price $775 skull

$35,000 skeleton

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Dryosaurus Skull cast replica

Duck Bill dinosaur skull cast: Saurolophus angustirostris



Dunkleosteus marsaisi skull

Dunkleosteus Skull Dunkleosteus marsaisi

Dunkleosteus is one of the largest arthrodire placoderms to have ever lived. This carnivorous predatory prehistoric fish lived in the late Devonian period

From a private collection, this cast was molded from an original fossil from Morocco, North Africa

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Dunkleosteus cast replica

Dunkleosteus marsaisi skull cast replica

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Dvinia (Therapsid reptile) cast replica

Dvinia skull cast

(pronounced: DVEE-knee-a)

The name was derived from the Dvina Rivera in northern Russia

Dvinia (Therapsid reptile) cast replica $350

Shipping and crating cost not included.

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Fossil discovered: Sokolki, Malaya Severnaya (Small North) Dvinia River near Archangel'sk, Northern Russia.

Late Permian, Zone IV

Classification: Therapsida: Cynodontia; Family Dviniidae This small, omnivorous therapsid is clearly advanced in having a temporal opening so large that on only a thin bar of bone remains to separate it from the eye socket.

Therapsids' temporal fenestrae were larger than those of the pelycosaurs. The jaws of therapsids were more complex and powerful and the teeth were differentiated into frontal incisors for nipping, large lateral canines for puncturing and tearing, and molars for shearing and chopping food. Therapsids' legs were positioned more vertically beneath their bodies than were the sprawling legs of reptiles and pelycosaurs.

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Edmontosaurus annectens skeletons cast replicas

Edmontosaurus (juvenile): $2,470 skull cast

Shipping and crating cost not included.



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

Shipping and crating cost not included.

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

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



Einosaurus procurvicornus Dinosaur skull

Einosaurus (hooked nose horn). This is a very rare Einosaurus procurvicornus (Einiosaurus) skull with all 3 horns.

This is a fairly new discovery (1985) it was named in 1995 and is called "buffalo lizard". It is a medium-sized centrosaurine (short-frilled) ceratopsian from the Upper Cretaceous. Compared to Triceratops, the Einosaur had a short-frill.

Einosaurus was a herbivore. Though a sub adult, this Einosaur would have grown to about 20 ft long.

Geological Formation: Two Medicine Formation

Location: Discovered 2 miles from the Canadian border north of Dupuyer, Montana NW Montana. All previous Einosaurus fossils have been found in Canada.

This is a very rare dinosaur skull. Very few have been discovered. This skull is the complete upper skull with braincase. It is missing some frill behind dinosaur's right eye and also the lower jaw. The skull itself has no restoration (only crack filling). The nose horn measures 23 inches. The nose curves downward like a can-opener.

Einosaurus had 2 horns off the frill. Though not attached, this skull comes with two horns. One of these was discovered with the skull, the 2nd comes from a slightly larger member of the same dinosaur. It is a good match for size. These horns are not connected to the skull but can be with a little restoration.

We have seen reconstructed skulls of this dinosaur go for $50,000 to $60,000 while still in the ground!

Photo above is for comparison only. This is an Einosaur skull that was recently up for auction. You can compare it to the pictures on the left (and below) and you will see how nicely this skull will look with a little restoration.

Legally collected, this skull comes with pictures, and details of the discovery. It was found in a ravine with a herd that died from a sudden flood. It is one of most unusual dinosaurs that ever lived and it may have gone extinct due to the horn pointing down (and not being able to use it for defense).

Few remains have been found of this animal and most museums do not have any remains of this animal. There are very few people who have this is private collections - so your purchase will make you among the most rare of museums or collectors.

This sub-adult skull measures 44". This is an opportunity to get a great skull for an economical price. I fell in love with this dinosaur the second I saw it. It is just beautiful. Displays well on top of a table or any piece of furniture and can safely be carried by two people. I can't say enough about this dinosaur. It is beyond words. Call for more details on this one.

Price: $21,900

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Elephant: Asian Elephant Adult Female Skull cast replica

Elephant skull cast repliica: Elephas maximus.

From the Indian subcontinent (indicus) Sri Lanka (maximus),

SE Asia.Malaysia (sumantranus).

Measures 38 inches (965mm)

$ (plus shipping)

Elephant skull (Platybelodon grangeri)



Eryops skull and skeleton cast replica

Eryops skeleton cast replica. This large amphibuous tetrapod measues 5.5 feet (1.68 meters).

Mounted and crated: $ Eryops Skeleton cast

You can also buy the Eryops skull cast alone for $505

Eryops (pronounced EAR-ee-ops). Eryops meaning "drawn-out face" because most of its skull was in front of its eyes (Greek eryein = drawn-out + ops = face) is a genus of extinct, semi-aquatic amphibian found primarily in the Lower Permian-aged Admiral Formation.

Kingdom: Animalia, Phylum: Chordata, Class: Amphibia, Order: Temnospondyli, Family: Eryopidae, Genus: Eryops, Species: Eryops megacephalus

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Falcarius utahensis Therizinosaur skeleton fossil cast

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Gallimimus Skull



Gallimimus skeleton #2 cast replica

Discovered in Omnogov, Gobi Desert, Mongolia

AGE: Late Cretaceous (Late Campanian-Early Maastrichtian), Nemegt Formation

SIZE: 5.5 metres long

Gallimimus means: 'Chicken mimic'

CLASSIFICATION: THEROPODA: Ornithomimosauria; Ornithomimidae


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Gallimimus bullatus was the largest of the ornithomimosaurs. Totally without teeth, it may well have been an omnivore, feeding on seeds, fruits as well as small vertebrates and large insects.

Gallimimus bullatus belongs to a family once called the Struthiomimidae, the 'ostrich mimics'. The structure of the limbs and tail suggests that like the ostriches, the struthiomimids, or ornithomimids as they are more properly known, were capable of running quite fast.

Resin cast: $19,995 / $25,000 (AU)

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Giraffe: Real Giraffe skeleton available for sale
Giraffe: Real Giraffe skeleton available for sale. We have one adult female skeleton for sale.

Skeleton is not yet assembled but was from an individual approx 14ft tall.

This skeleton is from a natural death.

Unassembled skeleton: $24,995 (plus shipping)

Assembled skeleton: $49,995.

Cast replica skeleton coming soon.

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Giganotosaurus skeleton



Giganotosaurus skeleton replica
Giganotosaurus (pronounced "JYE-ga-NO-toe-SORE-us") is a genus of carcharodontosaurid dinosaur (early Cenomanian stage of the Late Cretaceous Period). It is one of the largest known terrestrial carnivores, slightly larger than Tyrannosaurus, but smaller than Spinosaurus. Its fossils have been found in Argentina.

The name means "giant southern lizard", derived from the Ancient Greek gigas "giant", notos meaning "south wind" and saurus meaning "lizard"

Giganotosaurus skeleton cast replica. Full sized skeleton cast of Giganotosaurus

$55,000 Please contact us for pictures and more information.

Kingdom: Animalia, Phylum: Chordata, Class: Reptilia, Superorder: Dinosauria, Order: Saurischia, Suborder: Theropoda, Family: Carcharodontosauridae, Subfamily: Giganotosaurinae, Genus: Giganotosaurus, Species: Giganotosaurus carolinii (type)

Real fossil glyptodon skeleton available for sale. Please contact us for more information.



Gryposaurus Skull Plaque cast replica
Gryposaurus Skull Plaque cast replica.

Attractive dinosaur skull wall-hanging plaque.

This dinosaur cast measures approx. 70cm wide.

$275 (plus shipping).

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Hongshanosaurus Skull cast replica (item # REP090)

Hongshanosaurus Skull cast replica

Hongshanosaurus (pronounced hong-SHAN-o-SAWR-us, "Red Hill lizard") is a genus of psittacosaurid ceratopsian dinosaur from the Early Cretaceous Period of eastern A

Cretaceous

Yixian Formation, Liaoing, China

Measures: 19 cm X 19 cm

Price: $100.00 (plus shipping)

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Hudiesaurus sinojapanorum vertebra casts

Hudiesaurus sinojapanorum vertebra cast replicas.

Late Jurassic

This series of dinosaur vertebra were molded from original fossils discovered in Tulufan Basin, Xinjiang.

Hudiesaurus (meaning "butterfly lizard") is a genus of dinosaur from China. A sauropod, it may have been related to Mamenchisaurus.

Resin casts measure: 130x60x60cm

Purchase for $5,000

Or rent for $1,000 per month.

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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

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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



Ingenia yanshini skull cast replica

Ingenia yanshini Meaning of Name: Genius

Classification: THEROPODA; Oviraptorosauria; Oviraptoridae

Late Cretaceous (Campanian), Djadokhta Formation

Locality: Gobi Desert, Peoples' Republic of Mongolia

size: 10cm in length

Price $455.00

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Klameilisaurus gobiensis skeleton cast replica

Klameilisaurus gobiensis skeleton cast replica.

Middle Jurassic

Molded from an original fossil discovered in Xinjiang

Resin cast measures: 1700x180x500cm

Purchase for $50,000

or rent for $7,000


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Liaoceratops yanzigouensis skull cast replica



Lotosaurus adentus skeleton cast

Cast measures: 300x70x105cm

Purchase for $15,000

Rent for $2,000

Lotosaurus adentus skeleton cast replica.

Middle Triassic

Lotosaurus is an extinct genus of rauisuchian archosaur that lived in China. It was a heavily built quadruped. It was a herbivore, biting off leaves with its toothless jaws. Lotosaurus, like other members of the family Ctenosauriscidae, had a sail on its back. It looked similar to that of Permian pelycosaurs like Dimetrodon and Edaphosaurus, although not as high. It may have been used for display and/or body temperature regulation.

Molded from an original fossil discovered in Sangzhi, Hunan



Lufengosaurus hueni
Lufengosaurus hueni skeleton cast replica

Lufengosaurus, meaning "Lufeng Lizard"), was a prosauropod dinosaur which lived during the Early and Middle Jurassic period in what is now southwestern China.


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Lufengosaurus magnus skeleton cast replica

Lufengosaurus magnus skeleton cast replica

Early Jurassic

This Lufengosaurus dinosaur skeleton cast was molded from the original fossil discovered in Yunnan

Skeleton measures 600x150x400cm

Resin cast purchase price $20,000

Rental price $4,000 per month


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Lystrosaurus skeleton cast replica

Lystrosaurus sp. skeleton cast replica

Purchase price: $8,500

Rental price: $2,000



Lystrosaurus hedini skull cast replica

Lystrosaurus hedini skull cast replica.

This dinosaur skull cast is available for sale or rent.

Purchase price $3,200



Lystrosaurus youngi skull cast replica

Lystrosaurus youngi skull cast replica.

For sale or lease.

Purchase price Lystrosaurus youngi skull $3,200



Lystrosaurus skeleton
Lystrosaurus (Lis-trow-SAWR-us).

This skeleton was discovered in Astashikha, Nizhegorodskaya Region, Russia in Early Triassic sediments.

The skeleton measures about 1 metre (aprox 3 1/2 feet) long. The name Lystrosaurus means 'Shovel reptile'

Classification: Therapsida: Anomodontia; Lystrosauridae

Lystrosaurus has long been known from many parts of the world, although it has yet to be found in Australia.

As in another mammal-like reptiles Dicynodon, ("Two Dog-teeth") the teeth of Lystrosaurus were reduced to a pair of tusks. Both of these reptiles appear to have been herbivores.

The structure of the skull, with the nostrils and eye sockets placed near the top of the head, the snout turned down at the tip and the teeth and jaws placed low, all suggest that Lystrosaurus was an amphibious feeder, in much the same fashion as the hippopotamus.

Resin cast: Price $5,400

or Lystrosaurus Skull cast $475

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