EXCEPTIONNEL SQUELETTE D’UN PROCHE PARENT DU DIPLODOCUS

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EXCEPTIONNEL SQUELETTE D’UN PROCHE PARENT DU DIPLODOCUS

KIMMERIDGIAN (-157.3 TO -152.1 MILLION YEARS AGO), UPPER JURASSIC, MORRISON FORMATION.
EASTERN BIGHORN MOUNTAINS, JOHNSON COUNTY, WYOMING, U.S.A.

Extraordinary skeleton of a close relative of the Diplodocus, with very rare skin imprints.
Probable new Diplodocidae related to the Diplodocus and a cousin to the famous Dippy in London's Natural History Museum.
The exact GPS point will be passed on exclusively to the purchaser.

Name: dinosaur known as Skinny
Discovered and excavated fully in 2012. Prepared in the second half of 2018 and assembled in 2019 by Paleomoove Laboratory.
Project director: Eric Mickeler, consultant.

Dimensions
Base height: 1.50 metres - Length of base; 3 meters
(Note: The interchangeable base can be replaced by a lower base).
Actual height of the skeleton: 6.20 metres. Linear length of the skeleton (with its own tail): 12.93 meters, with the tail section that was replicated for the presentation: 12.75 metres

Note: the actual height of the skeleton can be reduced through a change in position (contact us for further details).
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