Tylosaurus sp. Skull – Display Replica ( BHI #127636 )
Tylosaurus sp. Skull – Display Replica
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Mosasaurs first appeared in the fossil record approximately 90 to 100 million years ago. This extinct marine reptile group was distantly related to the living Komodo dragon and other varanid lizards. It is believed that these large Late Cretaceous marine predators evolved from small semi-terrestrial lizards called aigialosaurs.
Tylosaurus was a dominant predator of the Western Interior Seaway. They would have dined on fish, sharks, smaller mosasaurs, plesiosaurs, and the flightless diving bird Hesperornis.
|Age||Late Cretaceous, Early Campanian, approx. 80 MYA|
|Locality||Fall River County, South Dakota, USA|
|Notes||Standard production time is 2 months, check with us to confirm build time and delivery.|
|Size||~ 44″ l (112 cm)|
|Extras||Crate and packing fees apply. Contact us for details.|