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REPLICA OF THE FOOTPRINT OF A JURASSIC MEAT-EATING DINOSAUR - Oxfordshire

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REPLICA OF THE FOOTPRINT OF A JURASSIC MEAT-EATING DINOSAUR

From an original museum specimen

About 150 million years old

Great Tew, Oxfordshire

A plaster replica of the footprint of a carnivorous dinosaur (Megalosaurus?) from the Middle Jurassic. The original was found on a roof slate on a cottage at Great Tew in Oxfordshire and is now in the Oxford University Museum of Natural History.

This replica was produced by Stuart Baldwin's company Educational Palaeontological Reproductions in the 1990s and has remained in storage ever since. It is made of the dense, hard plaster for which Stuart Baldwin's replicas were renowned.

It has the original label on the back.

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Size: 14 x 11 x 1 centimetres
Weight: 248 grams

PRICE: £8.00