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Barasaurus besairiei reptile fossil, positive and negative from Madagascar

Barasaurus besairiei reptile fossil, positive and negative from Madagascar

  • Country: Madagascar
  • Region: Lower Sakamena Formation of the Sakamena Group Morondava Basis, Fianarantsoa
  • Period: Late Permian (259.8-251.902 million years)
  • Material: Reptile fossil
Object number: G22025
€ 900,00
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  • Size: Barasaurus 21.5 cm
  • Size: 25 x 16 cm each
  • Weight: 3,172 gram total
  • Complete Barasaurus with the head preserved are very rare. Here is a beautifull, all natural and unrestored specimen with preserved gastoliths.
  • Gastoliths are grinding stones which are often found in the stomachs of these animals.
  • Barasaurus besariei was first described in 1955 and classified as a fully distinct species in 2004. 
  • They were predominantly terrestrial reptiles and probably ate mostly insects and craustaceans.
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  • For more information see:
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barasaurus

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Barasaurus besairiei reptile fossil, positive and negative from Madagascar
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