If this is just the size of one bone from one toe, image what it'd be like to get stepped on by the whole foot! This top quality specimen from the toe of a Duck-billed dinosaur will have visitors to your collection in disbelief!
The "Duck-billed" dinosaur is so named for the flat bone of the nose resembling the bill of a duck. These herbivorous animals were "facultative bipeds" meaning the young generally walked on two legs while the adults walked on four.
Type: Dinosaur Toe Bone
Species: Hadrosaur (Duck-billed)
Age: Cretaceous (65 million years old)
Formation: Medicine Hat Formation
Locality: Alberta, Canada
Size: 1.69 x 1.25 x 1.06 inches
Weight: 2 oz.