Edmontosaurus annectens Pes Ungual – Display Replica ( BHI #126427 )
Edmontosaurus annectens Pes Ungual – Display Replica
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The terminal phalange on each toe is an ungual, a spade-shaped bone, which probably would have had a keratin sheath. This ungual replica is probably from a large adult full-grown male.
Our pes ungual is an excellent educational piece. Create your own educator’s touch collection by adding a Tyrannosaurus rex STAN pes claw, Struthiomimus hand or pes claw, Triceratops ungual, Chirostenotes claw, and a Tyrannosaurus rex hand claw for comparison!
For more information and pictures go to the Edmontosaurus page.
|Age||Late Cretaceous [~66 MYA]|
|Locality||Hell Creek Formation, Ruth Mason Quarry, Harding County, South Dakota|
|Credit||The original bone is in the permanent collection of Black Hills Institute.|
|Notes||Please contact us for production time and delivery.|
|Size||5.5” x 4” (14 x 10 cm)|
|Dimensions||10 × 8 × 6 in|