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Wowbnjijdat

I found this leg bone for sale on the internet? But is it a real raptor leg bone? Seems way to small for me and thought maybe it is pterosaur or bird?

 

 

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Seguidora-de-Isis

This bone looks like a rib, and it can be one. I will wait for other opinions, but I can anticipate that this bone is definitely not of pterosaur. I do not think he's a raptor. It looks more like crocodilian material.

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LordTrilobite

Doesn't look like a raptor leg bone to me. Though there are some fairly small individuals present in Kem Kem. But I don't really have much experience with ribs so I can't say much about that.

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Troodon

Agreed with the others not as advertised.  Not sure what critter 

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Wowbnjijdat

okay it is not as advertised thank you all! I still think it is an interesting piece:)

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Bobby Rico

Hi I can't say what animal is was from but i have seen lots of fossils from the same seller recently . I noticed it because he had lots of items you don't see in the uk.  If you did not over pay you got something interesting to keep and it is nice piece. I have added a picture of one of his fossil I was looking at and wished I had perchased it. Forgot to order it . Probably not as advertised but it sold now anyway.

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LordTrilobite

That does indeed look like ceratopsian frill. One can't be completely sure that it's Triceratops based on such a small fragment. But frill has a pretty recognisable structure.

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Bobby Rico
7 hours ago, LordTrilobite said:

That does indeed look like ceratopsian frill. One can't be completely sure that it's Triceratops based on such a small fragment. But frill has a pretty recognisable structure.

Oh I missed a bargain then at £10.50 . 

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Wowbnjijdat

He had still one triceratops frill, is this one also real?

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