2.3" Struthiomimus Caudal Vertabrae - Montana

This

Struthiomimus sedens skeleton in the Oxford University Museum of Natural History
is a nicely preserved 2.1" long, caudal (tail) vertabrae the ornithomimid dinosaur Struthiomimus sedens. Struthiomimus was long-legged, bipedal, ostrich-like dinosaurs with toothless beaks. It was estimated that they could reach a size of approximately 13 feet in length. It's thought that due to their abundance they must have been herbivores or omnivores.

One repaired crack with a small gap fill in the middle.
DETAILS
SPECIES
Struthiomimus
LOCATION
Powder River County, Montana
FORMATION
Hell Creek Formation
SIZE
2.3" long
CATEGORY
SUB CATEGORY
ITEM
#54906
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