Double-sided Fossil Dinosaur Footprints From Connecticut, With Skin Impressions
Double-sided Fossil Dinosaur Footprints From Connecticut, With Skin Impressions
Double-sided Fossil Dinosaur Footprints From Connecticut, With Skin Impressions
Double-sided Fossil Dinosaur Footprints From Connecticut, With Skin Impressions
Double-sided Fossil Dinosaur Footprints From Connecticut, With Skin Impressions
Double-sided Fossil Dinosaur Footprints From Connecticut, With Skin Impressions
Double-sided Fossil Dinosaur Footprints From Connecticut, With Skin Impressions
Double-sided Fossil Dinosaur Footprints From Connecticut, With Skin Impressions
Double-sided Fossil Dinosaur Footprints From Connecticut, With Skin Impressions
Double-sided Fossil Dinosaur Footprints From Connecticut, With Skin Impressions

Double-sided Fossil Dinosaur Footprints From Connecticut, With Skin Impressions

Regular price $175.00 Sale

Ships from Massachusetts

Legally from Connecticut, these light fossil impressions were made by a group of Theropod dinosaurs over 200 Million Years Ago, and some more prominent than others. The fossil slab of footprints measured at 9” x 12” and the largest footprint is about 5” from the middle tow to the bottom (would be large had the specimen placed its heel down!). The footprints have been very lightly polished to improve visibility for the untrained eye. There are approximately 4 impression Tracks on the front side, all bearing some light Fossilized skin impressions, and some other tracks unpolished (I will outline them in washable chalk so you know where they are).
On the back side are 6 natural raised casts of fossil footprints that are polished, and the unpolished ones will be outlined.
Not all tracks are polished as that would Middle the piece. Polish can always be washed off, though the track would be hard to distinguish unless under lighting. Priced appropriately as they are lightly impressed. Beautiful specimen!

The exact species is almost impossible to know, but it is believed to have been made by Podokesaurus, a dInosaur very similar to Coelophysis.