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Fossilised Triceratops Beak - SKU_A_2245

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Quickview: Tricerotops Beak, Maastrichtian, Upper Cretaceous, Hell Creek Formation, Garfield Co., Montana, USA

Dinosaurs first emerged around 230 million years ago and ruled the earth for 135 million years until their extinction at the close of the Cretaceous Period. There were many species of Dinosaur and they thrived worldwide, thus resulting in their fossil remains being excavated on every continent.

Dinosaur fossils are the earliest maps of ancient civilizations beyond written history. Promoting greater understanding of our origins, dinosaur fossils access knowledge of life in ancient times and also act as a calming meditative aid with the ability to boost energy, communication and memory recollection. Dinosaur bone is thought of as a useful aid in healing, believed to help with paralysis, hearing, ailments of the skeletal system and broken bones.

Over time it is a reasonable assumption that given the opportunity to own a piece of history, one should cease it. Dinosaur fossils are reasonably affordable and unlike crystals and minerals formed by the Earths geological processes, dinosaurs are extinct, thus once a deposit has been excavated and exhausted these fossils will

Triceratops were formidable creatures, it was the largest of the horned dinosaurs, stretching up to 9 metres, weighing 10,000kg and could be found in Western North America. It survived on a diet of low growing plants and existed in the late Cretaceous period (approx. 66 million years ago). Its giant horns were perfect for defending against larger predators but overall it is known as a ‘gentle giant’.

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