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    Duck Bill Dinosaur

    Kingdom: Animalia
    Phylum: Chordata
    Class: Reptilia
    Order: Ornithischia
    Family: Hadrosauridae
    Genus: Indet.
    Species: Indet.
    Author Citation Cope, 1869

    Geological Time Scale

    Eon: Phanerozoic
    Era: Mesozoic
    Period: Cretaceous
    Sub Period: None
    Epoch: Late
    International Age: Campanian


    Black Creek Group
    Tarheel Formation


    Collector: Don Rideout
    Date Collected: 08/16/2015
    Acquired by: Field Collection


    Length: 17.7 mm
    Width: 8.7 mm
    Thickness: 6.7 mm


    Neuse River
    Wayne County
    North Carolina
    United States


    Indet. Hadrosauridae, self collected from a river site. Dinosaur teeth from North Carolina are very uncommon and very understudied. Remains other than teeth are mostly unidentifiable bone shards. 

    User Feedback

    Quite the special find!


    Fortunately also good preservation


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    Wow! That's a real beauty! Congratulations!

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