A well preserved and matrix free section from this marine crocodile. These crocodiles were amongst the main predators at the time. This particular specimen has some teeth preserved, unfortunately with no crowns, but this does not detract from this classic jaw section.
A section of a marine crocodile jaw from the well known brick Orton brick pit. Sadly, the pit has now been filled and has been developed upon and is part of the new town called Hampton. The jaw is matrix free and there are tips of two teeth coming through. A nice hand held sized specimen, one for the collector, ideal for the drawers.
This is a small vertebra from the tail end of an Iguanodon, however, what makes this special is the chevron is preserved which is quite delicate. A wonderful addition to any dinosaur collection as this item is quite rare!!