EXTREMELY RARE giant Pterosaur wing bone !
Here we can see a partial wing bone from a giant Late Cretaceous Azhdarchidae pterosaur : Phosphatodraco mauritanicus, a north african close relative to the famous Quetzalcoatlus. This wing phalanx was discovered in the late Maastrichtian (65 million-year-old) of the Phosphate beds of Morocco (Oulad Abdoun Basin).
The size of the bone is 14,5 inches long ! Matrix is 16,9 inches long.
Sold with a custom metal stand on a precious wooden base in Benzoin. Highly decorative specimen.
Condition : Awesome. There is no restoration or repair. Still in original phosphate matrix. 100% Natural ! The preservation is the best possible.
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EXTREMELY RARE giant Pterosaur wing bone PHOSPHATODRACO / Quetzalcoatlus
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