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Dinosaur fossil found at dinosaur provincial park Alberta Canada what dinosaur is it and what part of the body?


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Do you know what this fossil is were on the body and from which dinosaur  ?

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 On the surface it looks like a nondescript  bone fragment.  Do you have any sharper photos and additional views? Size?

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Yes I do here you go and the size is 13 inches or 1 foot 1 inch.

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Looks like a limb bone of a large herbivore like Ceratopsian or Hadrosaur.

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dinosaur man

Do you know what kind of ceratopsian or hadrosaur 

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No there are many species of each in the  Dinosaur Park Formation.

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dinosaur man

Ok thank you anyway 

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dinosaur man

I also have another one I don’t know what it is I’ll send you the photo 

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dinosaur man

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Not sure that is a bone, sandstone?

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Can anyone indentify the species of hadrosaur or ceratopsian left this leg bone in dinosaur provincial park Alberta Canada?

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Has this bone not been posted before today?   :headscratch:

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dinosaur man

I has but I’m I don’t know what specific ceratopsian or hadrosaur.

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Why are you reposting this one, comments should stay with the orginal thread.   Its a non descript bone without any diagnostic feature 

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3 minutes ago, dinosaur man said:

I has but I’m I don’t know what specific ceratopsian or hadrosaur.

Because of the lack of diagnostic parts it is impossible to make that determination.

The experts on this site have given their best ID and said they can not even determine which one it is.

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This chunkasaurus is probably from a herbivore as said in your other post. That is at least something .

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dinosaur man

There was also another thing I wanted indentifyed this i took these photos when I was drumheller it’s from the horseshoe canyon formation?

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dinosaur man

I have this fossil this one is from Hamilton Ontario 

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27 minutes ago, dinosaur man said:

I have this fossil this one is from Hamilton Ontario 

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You have a Paleozoic horn coral. 

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dinosaur man

thank you for identifying my fossils

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