Tyrannosaurus rex, Utahraptor, and a new, yet-to-be-named megaraptorid claw casts in one killer crate.
One of the largest dinosaur hand claws ever excavated (over 10" long and 14" around the curve!), this hand claw cast belongs to a new, yet-to-be-named megaraptorid dinosaur from the Cretaceous of Argentina. This hand claw belonged to a dinosaur over 20' long.
- The largest of the "raptors" (technically dromaeosaurids but we'll let it slide), Utahraptor may have been the most dangerous pound-for-pound creature to walk the earth. The "killing claw" toe claw, at 6" long and 8" around the curve, is amazing, having been kept off the ground to be perpetually sharp and covered in a keratinous sheath making it even sharper.
- Tyrannosaurus rex was, of course, the King of the Dinosaurs at over 40' long, had a hand claw whose use is unknown. But its 4" hand claw still looks cool!
- New, yet-to-be-named megaraptorid massive hand claw cast
- Utahraptor killing toe claw cast
- Tyrannosaurus rex hand claw cast
- Exclusive paleoart perfect for framing and display
- Up-to-date, fascinating facts on these magnificent creatures from actual dinosaur paleontologists
- Certificates of Authenticity
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- Free Shipping on Standard and Wooden Crates
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Each hand-painted cast was made in the U.S. from molds from the original fossils.
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