DINOSAURS

" REAL & CAST SPECIMENS "

One of Granada Gallery's trademarks is the large number of fossil quarries and dinosaur dig sites within its network, giving direct access to some of the world’s most recognized fossil excavation sites. The preparation of all fossils and dinosaurs is done in labs by highly trained specialists and paleontologists working side-by-side to research and restore these precious forms of prehistoric life. 

Fossils and dinosaurs are often not available for sale or inaccessible, but still attract the interest of a museum or collector. In this case Granada Gallery offers a wide range of fossil replicas (casts) that can be purchased at a fraction of the original price. Using high grade materials and techniques from trained professionals we can guarantee the highest standard of finished products. 

Tyrannosaurus Rex
70.6 - 65.5 MYO - S.Dakota

12m x 5m x 2m

An infamous dinosaur and one of the biggest meat-eaters of all time. The eyes of T-rex gave them a stereoscopic view forward and the ear structure, like that of crocodiles, was extremely effective. These elements make them one of the most formidable predators to ever have existed on earth.

Adult Tyrannosaurus Specimen
Triceratops
70.6 - 65.5 MYO - N.America

8m x 1.5m x 2.5m

The biggest and best known of all the ceratopsians. It's three wonderful and magnificent horns give it it's name. Its solid skull and massive neck shield were implemented as protection in the struggle against its best known predator: the mighty T-Rex. Some of the Ceratopsian skulls were the largest of any known animal to date.

Adult Triceratops Specimen
Albertosaurus
70 MYO - N.America

Adult Albertosaurus Specimen
Tarbosaurus Bataar
70.6 - 65.5 MYO - Mongolia

6m x 1.8m x 1m

The name meaning 'terrific lizard', Tarbosaurus was the largest carnivour of Asia, at the top of the food chain. This Theropod is the close Asian relative to the infamous T-rex.

Tarbosaurus Sub-Adult Specimen
Allosaurus Fragilis
155.7 - 145.5 MYO -N.America

3.7m x 0.6m x 1.5m

The most well known Late Jurassic Theropod. This enormous carnivore shows very strong morphological features (shape of the skull and jaws, massive hind legs) for hunting. They preferred hunting the largest plant-eaters, including massive sauropods.


Juvenile allosaurus specimen
Mosasaurus
70.6 - 65.5 MYO - Morocco

10m x 4m x 1m

This last and largest mosasaurid, originaly found in the Meuse river. He lived near the ocean surface and shows a powerful skull and jaw, which sent him to the very top of the food chain.
Ornitocheirus
110 MYO - UK
1.5m x 0.8m x 1.2m

This Pterosaur is characterized by low number of verticle teeth. Originally found in the UK, synonim are occuring in the Santana formation of Brazil
Stegosaurus
150 MYO - Wyoming U.S.A

6,7m x 2,3m x m

Stegosaurus is one of the most famous dinosaurs of all prehistoric time. He is easily recognizable with very distinctive broad, upright plates on it's back and his tail tipped with spikes. This specimen was found in our quarry in Southern Wyoming in the Como Bluff Formation.
Lytoloma
65.6 - 55.8 MYO - Morocco

1.5m 1.2m x 0.7m

This large turtle looks like the large modern one. This species used to live in Morocco and was probably omnivorous.
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Triceratops

70.6 - 65.5 MYO - N.America 8m x 1.5m x 2.5m The biggest and best known of all the ceratopsians. It's three wonderful and magnificent horns give it it's name. Its solid skull and massive neck shield were implemented as protection in the struggle against its best known predator: the mighty T-Rex. Some of the Ceratopsian skulls were the largest of any known animal to date. Adult Triceratops Specimen