Dromaeosaurus femur

Very rare femur of a Dromaeosaurid from the Hell Creek Formation. The femur belonged to a carnivorous theropod, most probably a Saurornitholestes or a Troodon that lived in the late Cretaceous in the area of ​​present-day North America. The Dromaeosaurid must have been about two feet long. He walked on its hind legs, had feathers and was warm-blooded and killes its pray with its famous sickle claw. Very special and rare femur in very good condition.
Saurornitholestes langstoni or Troodon formosus
Late Cretaceous (77 - 74 mil.-y)
Judith River Formation, Montana, USA
245 mm - 9.6"
Very good

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