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Triceratops Brow Horn, Hell Creek Formation, United States

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On offer is an impressive Triceratops brow horn with attractive curvature, elevated on a custom metal stand. Deep vascular grooves are apparent and the coloration is a beautiful mix of chocolate brown and beige. 
  • Specimen measures approximately 25.5" long (straightline) x 7.5" wide at the base x 5" deep. On the stand it measures 25.25" high x 12" wide x 20" deep, including stand. Weighs 21 lbs.
  • Species: Triceratops horridus
  • Formation: Hell Creek Formation
  • Age: Upper Maastrichtian (66 Million years old)
  • Locality: Dawson County, Montana, USA. 
  • Condition report available upon request
  • Triceratops skeleton fossil - Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.
    Triceratops prorsus skeleton, Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Source: Wikipedia - Daderot