Décor Factors and Suggestions- These dinosaur vertebrate can be the backbone of your décor! The rich history contained in these fossils is incredible, dating back to the middle of the Cretaceous period, around 100 to 94 million years ago. These fascinating fossils are sure to look spectacular, whether they are placed in a home or office. Each of these vertebrate fossils have a variety of colors if you look closely. The greens, purples, browns, and tans make these magnificent fossils.
These sigilmassasaurus vertebrate would look nice if placed on a desk or bookshelf, drawing in attention and awe. These fossils would look nice with a variety of colors, due to their neutrality. The stimulating shape of these fossils makes them interesting décor additions.
Legend and Lore- The sigilmassasaurus was a carnivore, meaning it ate meat. This dinosaur was also bipedal, meaning it walked on two feet. They were moderately built dinosaurs, so they were an average size compared to other dinosaurs and creatures of that time. Not many sigilmassasaurus fossils have been found and the only kind of fossil ever found has been vertebrate. These dinosaurs were believed to have weight around 3,000 pounds stand about 10 feet tall, and was about 25 feet in length.
Science of Fossil Formation- Sigilmassasaurus has been found in red sandstone sediments in Morocco and other parts of North Africa. This red sandstone sediment dates back to the Cenomanian period, the earliest stage of the Late Cretaceous Period, which means these fossils are roughly 94 to 100 million years old.
Revealed by Man- The sigilmassasaurus was named by Canadian paleontologist Dale Russell in 1996. The first fossil of this dinosaur was found in Morocco. A vocal minority of scientists to not believe that sigilmassasaurus is an actually genus of dinosaur. Many think that these fossils may belong to a different dinosaur.
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