Skull With Both Sides In Relief
Coelophysis (hollow face) was a small lightly build, early dinosaur with open skull bones (hence its name) The body was long and slim, and the head was pointed, with many small serrated teeth. It is you of the best known dinosaurs due to the excavation of dozens of skeletons from New Mexico. The remains of the last meal can be seen within the ribcage of this specimen. Coelophysis was first described by Cope in 1889 from the early Triassic from 208-200 MYA years ago.
9 inches long
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