Denversaurus (Edmontonia) cf. schlessmani TANK Skeleton – Display Replica ( BHI #127327 )

Denversaurus (Edmontonia) cf. schlessmani TANK Skeleton – Display Replica

(BHI #127327)

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Denversaurus (Edmontonia) is a tank-like, plant-eating armored dinosaur. It is classified as an ornithischian (bird-hipped) dinosaur from the Thyreophorans (armored dinosaurs) group.

TANK is the most complete Denversaurus found to date, and the only mountable skeleton. The skeleton was discovered in the Lance Creek Formation in Wyoming. Denversaurus was the last of the Armored dinosaurs to roam the earth and one of the largest. More than 100 dermal ossicles (armor) were found with this specimen, giving us a very complete look at the armored surface of this massive dinosaur. The skull includes the only lower jaw ever found for this species of Nodosaur.

Denversaurus lived in North America during the Late Cretaceous period along with Tyrannosaurus rexTriceratopsEdmontosaurusStruthiomimus and Pachycephalosaurus, to name a few.

TANK would make an excellent addition to any dinosaur exhibit, especially those focusing on the Cretaceous.

Age Late Cretaceous [~66 MYA]
Locality Lance Formation, Niobrara County, Wyoming, USA
Credit Original displayed at Hayashibara Museum of Natural Sciences in Okayama, Japan. Molds owned by TAIYO/Hayashibara Group.
Notes Standard production time is 6 months, check with us to confirm build time and delivery.
Size ~ 18’ l x 6’ w x 5’ h (5.5 x 1.8 x 1.5 m)
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