Hadrosaur dinosaurs were large creatures ranging between 7 to 8 meters in length, they were the genus of the hadrosaurid ornithopod dinosaurs. They had beaks used to crop foliage aiding their plant-based diet. These duck-billed dinosaurs are believed to have lived in small herds; the females would have laid fifteen to twenty eggs in a circle in which other members may have helped care for. There have been different descriptions of the dinosaur over the years due to incompletion of the skeleton, to this day the skull has yet to be found.
Pair of Fossilised Dendrolithus Hadrosaur Dinosaur Eggs
A pair of Dinosaur eggs with the original calcium, that of the dinosaur which laid them. The surface features the natural shell and matrix, both fossilised next to each other. The eggs belong to the dinosaur Hadrosaur, one of the last types to be alive during the Cretaceous period. The name translates to ‘big lizard’ and have been found in North America.
Period: Cretaceous Period
Condition: Excellent condition