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0.6" Raptor Fossil Vertebrae Bone Judith River FM Cretaceous MT Dinosaur COA Display


Location: Judith River Formation, Hill Country, Montana (Private Land Origin) 

Weight: 0.3 Ounces

Dimensions: 0.6 Inches Long, 0.3 Inches Wide, 0.2 Inches Thick

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This is a genuine fossil.

The Judith River Formation in Montana is a significant geological formation known for its rich fossil record, particularly of dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures. Among the various fossils found in this formation, raptors have been a subject of particular interest to paleontologists and researchers. The term “raptor” is commonly used to refer to a group of predatory dinosaurs characterized by their sharp, curved claws and keen hunting abilities. In the context of the Judith River Formation, the presence of raptors provides valuable insights into the ancient ecosystems and predator-prey dynamics during the Late Cretaceous period.

One of the most notable raptors found in the Judith River Formation is the dromaeosaurid dinosaur, commonly known as the “raptor.” Dromaeosaurids were a diverse group of small to medium-sized predatory dinosaurs that possessed distinctive traits such as a large sickle-shaped claw on each foot and a relatively large brain compared to other non-avian dinosaurs. These features made them highly effective hunters and contributed to their success as predators in the Late Cretaceous environments.

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