Utahraptor ostrommaysi, slicing toe restored
Early Cretaceous, western North America
Utahraptor was the most efficient killing machine in the Early Cretaceous of North America. Reaching a length of 15 feet, this dinsoaur used the huge slicing claw on the second toe of its foot to quickly dispense with its prey. This is a restoration of the fleshy part of the toe and the horny sheath investing the slicing claw. This replica brings to life the deadly toe claw of Utahraptor. See item no. 122 for the restored claw only.
This fossil cast comes with an informative card.
Size: 7" long, 6" tall
- Item #: 123