TERRESTRIAL FOSSIL REPRODUCTIONS


Reproductions of terrestrial fossils 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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Jurassique supérieur -160 à -145 millions d'années

Compsognathus fossile on matrix

Beautiful, detailed, resin casting of the fossil of a small predatory dinosaur, the Compsognathus Meaning: Elegant jaw Diet: Carnivorous Period: Upper Jurassic Size: 60 cm Weight: 2.5 Kg Locomotion: Bipedal Family: Compsognathids Group: Theropods
Jurassic period Eischatt quarries Solnhofen Germany
Plate size 27cm x 29 cm

REF: compso-R
Compsognathus fossile

Fin du crétacé  -66 millions d'années

Thescelosaurus neglectus

Resin casting of a Thescelosaurus neglectus dinosaur skull from the Hypsilophodontidae family. Late Cretaceous period in North America.
Herbivorous. Length: 2.5 – 4.5 m This dinosaur is part of the category of “gazelle dinosaurs” because it is an excellent runner who has keen eyesight, enough to escape predators…
Size 42cm x 22cm

REF: hypsi-R
Thescelosaurus neglectus

Pléistocène (-1,6 million d'années et 10 000 ans)

Smilodon fatalis fossil skull

Prehistoric fossil reproduction, in bioplastic and resin of the complete SKULL of the adult prehistoric mammal Smilodon fatalis (prehistoric saber-toothed tiger), Pleistocene (between -1.8 million years ago and -11,000 years ago) La Brea USA
length of skull alone 35cm canines 16cm

REF: tigrefull-R
Smilodon fatalis fossil

Jurassique -200 à -145 millions d'années

Crocodileimus robustus

Superb detailed molding in polyester resin of a FOSSIL of Crocodileimus robustus Crocodile from the Kimmeridgian of Cerin (Ain) Small crocodilian belonging to the species Crocodileimus robustus Jurassic Period, 150 million years old. France
Size 44cm x 23cm. It can be hung on the wall, attached to the back

REF: croco-R
Crocodileimus robustus

Permien -299 à -251 millions d'années

Young DIMETRODON

Superb detailed resin casting of the Fossil of a young DIMETRODON Permian Period, Texas USA
Length of a Dimetrodon: 2 to 3.5 m Weight: 6 to 8 tons Characterized by a high dorsal crest forming a sort of sail Considered as an ancestor of the therapsid group, itself at the origin of mammals
Casting size 55cm x 30cm. It can be hung on the wall, attached to the back

REF: dime-R
DIMETRODON fossile

Jurassique -200 à -145 millions d'années

HOMEOSAURUS

Beautiful, detailed, resin cast of a HOMEOSAURUS , Jurassic Period, Solnhofen Germany Small lizard-like reptile, whole specimen
Size 11cm x 6.5cm

REF: homeo-R
HOMEOSAURUS

Éocène -56 à -33,9 millions d'années

Trionychidae TURTLE

Beautiful cast, detailed, large size, in resin, with wall hanging, of a Trionychidae TURTLE , it is a juvenile turtle because the ribs are still visible.
Eocene Period, Green River Formation, Wyoming USA
Size 32cm x 23.5cm

REF: tort-R
TORTUE Trionychidae

Jurassique -200 à -145 millions d'années

OTHNIELA rex fossil

Superb molding, very detailed of museum quality, very realistically rendered, in POLYESTER RESIN AND FIBER (ideal for presentations for educational purposes, light and resistant), of the skeleton of a FOSSIL of a small dinosaur OTHNIELA rex formerly called Nanosaurus Rex.
Jurassic Period 156-145 million years Group: Ornithopods Family: Hypsilophodontidae Its size was 120 cm long by 46 cm high.
Provenance: Morrison Formation Emery County, UTAH
Cast size 67cm x 43cm x 13cm. It can be hung on the wall

REF: OTHNI2
OTHNIELA rex fossile

Crétacé supérieur -100 à -66 millions d'années

Tyrannosaurus rex jaw portion

Superb and impressive reproduction in resin and fiberglass, life size, extremely realistic of the upper right jaw of a predatory dinosaur Tyrannosaurus rex adult Specimen "Harley"
Upper Cretaceous Hell Creek Formation Montana USA
Casting size length 77 cm height 60 cm thickness 14 cm

REF: T-rexm1
Tyrannosaurus rex fossile

Crétacé supérieur -100 à -66 millions d'années

Tyrannosaurus arm and hand

Superb and impressive reproduction in bioplastic and resin, extremely realistic, of the arm and right hand of an adult predatory dinosaur Tyrannosaurus rex Specimen "Sue"
The arm of the T-rex is approximately the same length as the human arm but with bones with a diameter 4x greater, and with great mobility of the various joints
Upper Cretaceous Hell Creek Formation Montana USA
Total length approximately 80 cm

REF: T-rexarm
Bras t-rex

Crétacé supérieur -100 à -66 millions d'années

Fossilized Oviraptor egg

Beautiful resin CASTING
Cast of a fossilized egg of an Oviraptor ("egg thief") dinosaur. The molding well reproduces the texture of the shell of a small theropod dinosaur. Its Latin name comes from the fact that its first fossil was found next to a pile of eggs which had been mistaken for Protoceratops eggs. However, it is now believed Now that these eggs rather belonged to the oviraptor itself - it probably incubated them
Diet: Omnivorous Period: Upper Cretaceous Size: Approximately 1.80 long Locomotion: Bipedal Classification: Saurischians Theropods Tetanurans Coelurosaurs Oviraptorosaurs Oviraptorids
formation of Djadokhta in Mongolia
Length 15.5 diameter 6 cm

REF: oeuf-ovi
oeuf oviraptor

Pléistocène supérieur -126 000 ans à -11 700 ans

Cave bear skull fossil

Impressive reproduction in bioplastic and resin of a prehistoric European mammal cave bear (Ursus spelaeus) skull and its mandible
Large bear that lived in the Late Pleistocene across much of Europe, from southern England to the Caucasus. Males reached 3.50 m in height in an erect position and weighed around 450 kg, triple the weight of an average-sized brown bear.
dimensions 45cm  

REF: Ursusfull-R
ours des cavernes crane

Crétacé supérieur -100 à -66 millions d'années

Dracorex Hogwartsia fossil skull

 Reproduction in bioplastic and resin of the skull of the spectacular dinosaur Dracorex Hogwartsia (Dragon King) discovered IN 2006 at Hell Creek South Dakota, USA by paleontologist Robert Sullivan
Dracorex's most surprising feature is its skull. Indeed, this dinosaur had a skull bristling with spines and sharp bumps. Dracorex hogwartsia lived in the Late Cretaceous, about 67 to 65 million years ago. Dracorex fossils were discovered in part of the Hell Creek Formation in South Dakota. This is an almost complete skeleton of a young adult. Its size is estimated at around 3 m long. Paleontologists Robert Bakker and Robert Sullivan linked this dinosaur to the Pachycephalosauridae family. It is therefore a herbivorous dinosaur.
National Geographic magazine did a 3D model of it here
Skull size 50 cm overall 

REF: DRACO
Dracorex Hogwartsia

Crétacé supérieur -100 à -66 millions d'années

Fossil VELOCIRAPTOR skull and claw

Set of 2 reproductions in bioplastic and resin, life size, of the skull and "killer claw" of a predatory dinosaur VELOCIRAPTOR
Fossilized head of a VELOCIRAPTOR communis Predatory biped, late Cretaceous Head size 19cm long,
Retractable claw of the posterior limb of VELOCIRAPTOR, and its phalanges, clearly showing the wide possible rotation of this claw Curvature of the claw alone, 11cm total size 16cm Diadokhta Formation, Ukhaa Tolgod, Mongolia
Castings also available separately

REF: Lotvel1
crâne et griffe VELOCIRAPTOR

Crétacé supérieur -100 à -66 millions d'années

Maiasaura peeblesorum fossil skull

Beautiful reproduction in bioplastic and resin of a fossilized head of a young dinosaur Maiasaura peeblesorum
Upper Cretaceous Two Medicine Formation, Montana USA
Maiasaura had a flattened, toothless beak characteristic of hadrosaurs
Head size 38cm long

REF: Maia
Maiasaura peeblesorum

Crétacé supérieur -100 à -66 millions d'années

PROTOCERATOPS fossil skull

Reproduction in bioplastic and resin of a PROTOCERATOPS SKULL , 110 million years old, Upper Cretaceous LOCATION: Goby Desert, Mongolia Protoceratops is the true first ceratopsian, with a turtle's beak and a small ruff. Its teeth are arranged in long rows and several vertical columns. When teeth became too worn, they fell out and were replaced by new ones Skeletons of baby, juvenile and adult Protoceratops discovered A remarkable fossil revealed tangled remains of Protoceratops and Velociraptor, a theropod dinosaur.
The animals died fighting, buried by a sandstorm Size: 1.8 to 2.7 meters long
The proposed cast is that of a young individual (body size estimated at approximately 1.10 m) (skull only 28cm x 16cm) 

REF: PROTOCER
PROTOCERATOPS fossil

Crétacé -100 à -66 millions d'années

STEGOCERAS

Reproduction in bioplastic and resin of a fossilized skull of a STEGOCERAS dinosaur , belonging to the pachycephalosaurs "thick-headed lizards" bipedal herbivorous dinosaurs.
Cretaceous Alberta USA
Head size 21cm long, 14cm high 12cm wide detachable mandible 

REF: STEGOCER-R
Crane fossile Stegoceras

Oligocène -34 à -23 millions d'années

GLYPTOSAURUS

Bioplastic and resin reproduction of a Glyptosaurus ( Helodermoides tuberculatus ) skull and neck from Wyoming. Glyptosaurus belongs to an extinct group of carnivorous lizards that did not survive beyond the Oligocene. Like other glyptosaurines, Helodermoides was covered in small scale-like bones called osteoderms. The osteoderms covering its skull are hexagonal, closely interlocked, raised and rounded

REF: Glypto

Crane glyptosaure

Crétacé supérieur -100 à -66 millions d'années

PACHYCEPHALOSAURUS skull

Reproduction in bioplastic and resin of a pachycephalosaurus skull "thick-skulled lizard", an extinct genus of herbivorous ornithischian dinosaurs of the pachycephalosaurid family. It lived in North America at the end of the Upper Cretaceous, during the Upper Maastrichtian, approximately between 69 and 66 Ma (million years ago).
Pachycephalosaurus is the largest known pachycephalosaur. It is a bipedal herbivore with an exceptionally thick, dome-shaped top of the skull, up to 25 cm thick, which protected a tiny brain. The back of this dome was lined with bumps and short bony spikes
Skull size: 45 cm long 23 cm wide

REF: PACHY
Crane pachycephalosaurus

Fin Éocène / début Oligocène -38 à -33 millions d'années

Hoplophoneus Skull

Reproduction in bioplastic and resin of a skull of Hoplophoneus , fossil genus of carnivores of the extinct family Nimravidae and living in North America from the end of the Eocene to the beginning of the Oligocene, between approximately 38 and 33.3 millions of years
It looked like a feline, but it wasn't one.
Hoplophoneus was designed like the true feline Smilodon, including saber teeth, but was about the size of a small leopard. It had a sturdy body, with shorter legs.
Skull size: 26.5 cm long, 16.5 cm wide

REF: HOPLO
Dent Carcharodon

Jurassique -200 à -145 millions d'années

Skull Massospondylus carinatus

Bioplastic and resin reproduction of a Massospondylus carinatus skull Described by Richard Owen in 1854. These fossils come from the Elliot geological formation in South Africa. The species is known from hundreds of specimens and 13 fairly complete skulls, making it one of the best-known dinosaurs. It had a slender body, a long neck and a proportionally very small head. Its length approximately 4 meters Early Jurassic
Skull size 20cm

REF: Massos
Massospondylus carinatus

Jurassique -200 à -145 millions d'années

Skull Stegosaurus stenops

Bioplastic and resin reproduction of a Stegosaurus stenops skull . Stegosaurus refers to herbivorous dinosaurs characterized by large bony plates alternating in two rows on their backs. Its long and narrow skull was small compared to the rest of the body.
Upper Jurassic Morrison Formation of Wyoming, USA
Size 39cm long 

REF: stego
Crâne Stegosaurus stenops

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