Camptosaurus dispar - Skull Replica

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Camptosaurus dispar - Skull Replica

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Polyurethane Resin, Steel


Camptosaurus dispar was an ornithischian dinosaur, with a name meaning “flexible lizard” derived from the bend in its spinal column when reconstructed. The hand of Camptosaurus has five digits, with a fused thumb that was very similar its close relative Iguanodon’s thumb spike. The skull of Camptosaurus had no teeth at the end of its jaw, possibly indicating a beak, and had long, broad teeth in its cheeks for grinding vegetation. These cheek teeth frequently exhibited extensive wear, indicating a diet of rough vegetation. This specific cast of Camptosaurus comes from the Late Jurassic Morrison Formation at the Bone Cabin Quarry of southeastern Wyoming.

This is a museum quality cast replica made with a durable polyurethane resin. It was molded directly from the original restored skull, not a 3D printed skull or a sculpture. The resin cast is made on demand and is produced using methods that preserve all of the fine details found in the original specimen.

The skull is displayed with mouth open. Variations on the color of the skull and the mount (i.e. wall mount) are possible. Please contact Fossilogic for information and cost. Free shipping on all orders within the USA. International orders will pay actual shipping costs.

This purchase includes:
- A full sized, museum quality, resin cast
- A custom steel display stand.
- Shipping using custom fit, foam padding to ensure protection while in transit.
- Each skull is hand painted to match the original bone.