Collected from the famous Hell Creek Formation of Northwestern U.S.A., these are three bone fragments we collected that were part of a greater deposit of Triceratops dinosaur remains we have since sold. Normally, it is impossible to identify what dinosaur a bone fragment belongs to when it is found without some association to more fossils to make a proper determination. In this case, we know for certain what these belong to because they were fragments we did not use in the restoration of bones we found and worked with.
Keep as they are or use carve or slice to use in jewelry or other crafts.
Triceratops is the most famous of the great horned dinosaurs. This plant-eating group has been found in the fossil record in greater abundance than all the other varieties. A full grown Triceratops is estimated to have weighed 11 tons, heavier than a modern African bull elephant. Its skull was 6.5 feet long with a pair of brow horns that exceeded 3 feet in length.