Tropeognathus were some large pterosaurs that lived in the Cretaceous and whose fossils have been found in South America. They reached a wingspan of 8 meters, and his head had some curious keel-shaped ridges.
Rebuild this skull was an arduous task, wanting to play it clean instead of embedded in a rock. I had to spend a lot of hours to find documentation on the back-bottom of the skull, but in the end the work was worth it.
This is part of my personal collection, and I’m proud of it.
Are you interested in the replica of a skull rare or impossible to get?
Do you want budget in cleaning and articulating skeletons?
Do not hesitate to ask me!