Pteranodon - Sea Reptiles

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Unknown Fish Jaw 100 Million years Old in Middle East

Species: Unknown Species of Fish

Description: Flying reptiles from 251 million to 65.5 million years ago that had wingspans from 1 ft to 40 ft long. They had great eyesight to spot and catch prey on the ground. They ate small reptiles, mammals and anything smaller that moved so it’s a meat eater which lived in America, Africa and Australia. They had claws on their feet and wings to secure prey. This is very unique compared to any animal that ever existed. This was a carnivore fish from what I can see

. Geologic strata: KEM KEM FORMATION

Geologic timeframe: Middle Cretaceous Period 98-93 MYA

Item Location: Morocco, North Africa – South of Taouz Morrocan Sahara.

Item Rating and Description: (1-10) * 9 Its an almost complete Jaw fro fish lovers totally unknown I cant find anything about it either so for fish lovers Ill sell at my cost $200 It was ided as fish from an expert

Price : $199

Final Price : $99 no other discounts under cost

Shipping : $9

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9” Section 100% Original of a Beak of Alanqa Pterodactyl Flying Reptile

9” Section 100% Original of a Beak of Alanqa Pterodactyl Flying Reptile newly named by Ibrahim in 2010

Species: Pterodactyl(Winged-finger) Alanqa saharica early Azhdarchid

Species description: Flying reptiles from 251 million to 65.5 Million years ago that had wingspans from a ft to 40 ft long, which had great eyesight to spot and catch prey on the ground . They ate small retiles, mammals and anything smaller that moved so it’s a meat eater which lived in America, Africa, and Austrailia . They had claws of feet on wings to secure prey also which is unique among all animals ever.

Geologic strata: KEM KEM FORMATION

Geologic timeframe: Middle Cretaceous Period 98-93 MYA

Item location: Morocco, South Africa -South of Taouz Morrocan Sahara.

Item rating and description: 1-10 9.2 Not complete, however ,all original Rare Large Pterodactyl 9” Section of Beak (Jaw area)of a newly found Alanqa saharica . I spoke with an authority in UK who has one and he said this is a fantastic specimen and one of largest ever found . He said there are only a few found complete ever with mine the middle section of the beak . I had one almost complete 11 “ that sold for $3000 earlier . No restore ,no breaks on this section and no work done. This is a section of one of rarest rarest pteradactyls ever found . This is a prize . If anAmerican one it would go for 3000 at least The first one offered of this species went for an obscene amount of money also. I love it .This was a a piece he described as one of most important pterodactyl finds in history . This expert has one of largest collections of Pterosaurs ever . He said this is monumental . Anyway I can’t say enough so here are the pictures for you .This was found last year . Since not complete you get a bargain. This was only one found of this species last year

Price: $699 Michael Sant

Shipping $ 39 with insurance

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