(SPL00019) Dinosaur Bone freeform beads
Most dinosaur gembone is found in the green siltstone beds and lower sandstones of the flood plains and rivers of Utah and Colorado within the Morrison Formation, a late Jurassic deposit of a series of sedimentary rock dating to 150-200 million years ago which stretches through the western United States and into Canada.
dimensions of beads: (approx)
smallest bead: 20mm (w) x 27mm (h) x 7mm (d)
largest bead: 26mm (w) x 34mm (h) x 7mm (d)
length of this strand: 15 7/8 inches/ 403mm
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