Lotosaurus adentus skeleton cast
Lotosaurus adentus skeleton cast replica.
Lotosaurus is an extinct genus of rauisuchian archosaur that lived in China. It was a heavily built quadruped. It was a herbivore, biting off leaves with its toothless jaws. Lotosaurus, like other members of the family Ctenosauriscidae, had a sail on its back. It looked similar to that of Permian pelycosaurs like Dimetrodon and Edaphosaurus, although not as high. It may have been used for display and/or body temperature regulation.
Molded from an original fossil discovered in Sangzhi, Hunan
Cast measures: 300x70x105cm
Purchase for $15,000
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