Reveal the bones and sail-like fin of this bipedal Cretaceous carnivore
Experience the excitement of discovery like a real paleontologist! Buried
inside earth-colored, hard plaster are the "fossilized bones" of
Spinosaurus, a bipedal carnivore of the late Cretaceous period. When
unearthed, Spinosaurus skeleton is displayed in the "ground", complete with
the bones of its sail-like fin. 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 carnivore.
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.