Stegoceras was a dome-headed, bipedal dinosaur. Its large head housed a thick skull, a relatively large brain, and large eyes. Its skull was about 3-4 inches (8 cm) thick. Males had thicker domes than females, and older Stegoceras had thicker domes than younger ones. Stegoceras had a fringe of horny knobs along the rear of its skull. It had short forelimbs and a large, stiff tail. Stegoceras grew to be only about 7 feet long and 4 feet tall. This plant-eater weighed roughly 170 pounds. It is very small compared to the other dome-headed dinos!
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Geologic Age: Upper Cretaceous
Stratigraphic detail: Hell Creek Formation
Location: Carter County, Montana
Description: Excellent, Fully Rooted Tooth.. This is the SMALLEST, FULLY ROOTED STEGOCERAS TOOTH I've ever seen!! EXTREMELY RARE!!! It will come in the 1 1/8" Gem Jar as shown.
Stegoceras Tooth 1 Price: $225.00