Argochampsa krebsi Fossil Crocodile Skull and Bones | Morocco
Argochampsa krebsi skull and bones
Oulad Abdoun Basin
Approximate matrix overall measurements: 19.5" x 18" x 4.25", Approximate skull measurement: 14.75", assorted bones: 2.25", 4", 5", 6", 6.5", 7", 8.5" and 10.5" and weighs approx 34lbs
This rare fossil crocodilian skull is still in a plaster field jacket that secures the sandy matrix, skull and bones. Some restoration was needed on the snout of this specimen. This unique specimen is the perfect size for displaying.
Argochampsa is an extinct genus of eusuchian crocodylomorph, usually regarded as a gavialoid crocodilian, related to modern gharials. It lived in the Paleocene of Morocco. Described by Hua and Jouve in 2004, the type species is A. krebsi, with the species named for Bernard Krebs. Wikipedia
Due to the size and weight of this specimen, it will be shipped in an internationally compliant wooden crate.
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