CLAW/TEETH FOSSILS REPRODUCTIONS 2


Reproductions of fossils of claws and teeth at real size, the reproduction reference is under each description (link to prices in the menu). Images are often clickable to access other views of the reproduction. There may be some (small) color variations between actual reproductions and photos.

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Crétacé supérieur -100 à -66 millions d'années

3 teeth Tyrannosaurus

Reproduction in bioplastic and resin, of a jaw fragment of an adult predatory Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaur with 3 teeth
RESIN CASTING
Upper Cretaceous Hell Creek Formation Montana USA
Casting size length 21 cm height 19.5cm 

REF: 3Trex-R
3 dents tyrannosaure

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9 Dinosaurs Claws and Teeth D9

Set of 9 synthetic resin casts of dinosaur teeth and claws :

-Tooth of a Baryonix Lower Cretaceous Surey England 6.5 cm
-ALLOSAURUS FRAGILIS claw 8.5 cm curvature Upper Jurassic Mesa County Colorado USA
-claw Chirostenotes 8cm curvature Cretaceous Dinosaur Park Formation Canada
-TOOTH Tyrannosaurus 11.5cm Upper Cretaceous Hell Creek Formation Montana USA
-hand claw of a Tyrannosaurus rex 9 cm Upper Cretaceous Hell Creek Formation South Dakota USA
-Hand claw Dromaeosaurus Albertensis 7 cm curvature Cretaceous Alberta Canada
-Claw of the hind limb of VELOCIRAPTOR 10.5cm curvature late Cretaceous Diadokhta Formation, Ukhaa Tolgod, Mongolia
-Tooth Megalosaurus Jurassic Gloucestershire England 6.5 cm
-claw of Nanotyrannus upper cretaceous USA 6.5 cm curvature 

REF: LOT-dent9
dent TYRANNOSAURUS REX

Crétacé supérieur -100 à -66 millions d'années

First finger of a Spinosaurus' hand

Reproduction in bioplastic and resin of the first finger of the hand of a predatory dinosaur the Spinosaurus
The total size of the finger is 58cm claw + two phalanges
It is the longest known theropod, measuring 16 to 18 meters and reaching 5 to 6 meters in height. Its weight reached 9 tons
Cretaceous in what is now Egypt, 108 to 95 million years ago

REF: Spino-doigt
Doigt Spinosaure

Crétacé supérieur -100 à -66 millions d'années

Right foot of a VELOCIRAPTOR

Reproduction in bioplastic and resin of the right foot of a VELOCIRAPTOR
clearly showing the wide possible rotation of the "killer" claw
Predatory biped, late Cretaceous
Diadokhta Formation, Ukhaa Tolgod, Mongolia
On base 

REF: piedRaptor
Pied Velociraptor

Crétacé supérieur -100 à -66 millions d'années

Baryonyx walkeri claw

Reproduction in bioplastic and resin of a Baryonyx walkeri claw, named so because of the impressive claw it had on the first finger of each hand
This dinosaur lived in what is now England, Spain and Portugal during the Barremian (Early Cretaceous). It is one of the rare dinosaurs whose diet we know precisely and it is currently the only non-avian theropod of which we are sure that it was at least partially piscivorous.

REF: BARYO
Griffe baryonyx

Crétacé supérieur -100 à -66 millions d'années

Mosasaur jaw fragment

Reproduction in bioplastic and resin of a piece of the right lower jaw of a Mosasaur Prognathodon.
Prognathodon was discovered in deposits ranging in age from Campanian to Maastrichtian, between 83.6 and 66 million years ago in the Middle East, Europe and North America The largest known skull (belonging to Prognathodon currii) exceeds 1.4 meters in length.
length of reproduction: 29cm
Ouled Abdoun Basin Khouribga Province Morocco

REF: MOSA
Fragment mâchoire Mosasaure

Crétacé supérieur -100 à -66 millions d'années

Spinosaurus foot Claw


Reproduction in bioplastic and resin of a claw from the foot of a predatory dinosaur the Spinosaurus
It is the longest known theropod, measuring 16 to 18 meters and reaching 5 to 6 meters in height. Its weight reached 9 tons
Cretaceous in what is now Egypt, 108 to 95 million years ago
length 15cm 

REF: SPINO-Grif
Griffe Spinosaure

Pléistocène (-500.000 -8.000 ans)

Tooth of a Woolly Rhinoceros


Reproduction in bioplastic and resin of a tooth of a Woolly Rhinoceros from Lake Taigal, 30,000 to 50,000 years old
This species was robust and large, a little larger than the African white rhino, it measured 1.6 to 2 meters in height at the withers and up to 3.5 meters in length, for a weight of 2 to 3 tons. Head size approximately 1m
From the steppes of Central Asia where they originated just over half a million years ago, woolly rhinoceroses reached their maximum extent at the height of the ice age 30,000 years ago. , and then gradually declined until they became extinct in western Siberia around 8000 BC. AD 

REF: Dent-RHI
dent d'un Rhinoceros laineux

Crétacé supérieur -100 à -66 millions d'années

Hadrosaurus foot claw

Reproduction in bioplastic and resin, of a Claw from the foot of a Hadrosaur , Edmontosaurus from Montana USA
Edmontosaurus is a large herbivorous "duck-billed" dinosaur that lived between 73 and 66 million years ago. It measured 13 meters long and weighed approximately 4 tonnes. Claw size 10 cm wide 10.5 high   

REF: Adro-Grif
Griffe du pied d'un Hadrosaure

jurassique supérieur -160 à -145 millions d'années

ALLOSAURUS FRAGILIS hand

Reproduction in bioplastic and resin of a right hand of a carnivorous ALLOSAURUS FRAGILIS dinosaur from the Upper Jurassic (12 m long and approximately 5 m high)
Morrison Formation Mesa County Colorado USA
On detachable BASE

REF: main-allo
main ALLOSAURUS FRAGILIS

Pléistocène (-50.000 -30.000 ans)

Woolly mammoth upper molar

MAMMOUTH molar
Superb and impressive bioplastic and resin reproduction of the upper left 3rd molar of a woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius), from sand and gravel deposits near Clear Lake, Illinois
Size of molding high 20 cm x length 21 cm x width 11 cm

REF: dent-mam2
molaire mammouth primigenius

Tertiaire −66 Ma à −2,58 Ma

Mastodon tooth

Bioplastic and resin reproduction of a Mastodon molar Mastodons are a composite group of proboscidians that lived in the Tertiary
Mastodons had elongated incisor tusks not only in the upper jaw, but also in the lower jaw.
Their molars are characterized by roundness
Mammut americanum Yukon Canada 

REF: Masto
Dent Mastodonte

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