This is a fossilized Keichousaurus hui skeleton from the Huxia Formation of Guanglin, Guizhou, China!
Dating back to the Triassic (~242 million years ago), these marine reptiles were likely fish-eaters.
This specimen (including surrounding stone) measures ~8.75" wide x 11.5" tall.
We can ship these specimens worldwide!
**PLEASE NOTE: These fossils almost always have repairs and restorations. They are often composites of multiple individual kiechosaurs, with missing bones carved into the matrix to complete the animal. This specimen is being sold/priced with that assumption and an understanding by the buyer that this is an imperfect specimen.**