Uncover the horns and bony frill in this rhino-like dino's skeleton
Experience the excitement of discovery like a real paleontologist! Buried
inside earth-colored, hard plaster are the "fossilized bones" of
Triceratops, the three-horned rhino-like dinosaur of the late Cretaceous
period. When unearthed, Triceratops's skeleton is displayed in the "ground",
complete with horns and bony frill. This incredible dig simulates the real
thing as the "paleontologist" carefully chips, scrapes and brushes away
plaster to reveal, bit by bit, the remains of this herbivore.
Use authentic archaeological tools to carefully chip, scrape, and brush
away plaster and reveal a museum quality replica.
When your excavation is complete, the plastic tray serves as a frame to
display your find on a wall or shelf.