Toe of a Thescellosaurus

Nicely prepared toe of a Thescellosaurus neglectus. This lizard-like species was an upright runner that moved on two legs and used its long tail for balance.
Thescellosaurus neglectus
Upper Cretaceous(70 - 66 mil y.)
Hell Creek formation, Jordan, Montana.
100mm - 3.9"
Very good

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