I am getting this for Christmas. On the website it said it was from a spinosaurus but it didn't say where in the body it came from. It comes from the kemkem basins.
Is it a tibia?
I would appriciate any answers on this one because I would be fascinated to know where in the spino's body it came from.
Hi again. After doing some research, I think it could be more unusual then I thought. The label which came with the fossil said it was a spinosaurus limb bone, and since no spinosaurus arm bones have been found, I presumed it was a leg bone, but it's not; it's a Humerus. Could this be the first Spinosaurus arm bone ever found? Could it be scientifically important? Who could I send it to so they can have a closer look?
I have attached a picture of a tyrannosaurus humerus bone which is in the book 'vertebrate life of the Mesozoic.' As soon as I saw the Tyrannosaurus Humerus I knew mine was the same (I almost surtain it is a humerus.)
Hi again. I have sent pictures of the spinosaurus bone in the post to the Angela Marmont Centre. I have also sent pictures of some other fossils which I would like identifying. Hopefully there is some experts which specialise in Moroccan fossils which can help. I have donated a calamites stem to the centre (quite a big one.) It said on the video about the centre they appriciate donations so I gave them the fossil so it can be used for study, or to maybe show people who have found a calamites fossil another example.