Description: A selection of Crocodile/Dinosaur Skull bone sections. You can tell these are skull bone material, because they have lots of air holes or air sacs. These enabled the skull to be light, but still strong. The porous look to these bones and their cavernous air sac pneumaticity (pneumatic diverticula) are a typical ID feature.
Location: Kem Kem Basin (Continental Red Beds) were home to Dinosaur, Crocodile and Reptile species. These fossils come from the Sahara Desert in North Africa. They are around 100 Million years old and are classic specimens from the Cretaceous period.
Size: Number sticker is 1cm wide for scale
5.0cm largest piece