This skull belonged to a "Halisaurus Arambourgii" Mosasaur. This particular species didn’t grow very big. Full grown adults may have reached up to 12 ft in length. Like all other Mosasaurs, this animal was a swift, agile swimmer employing its four paddles and stout tail to propel itself. This specimen was found in the phosphate mines of “Sidi-daoui, Morocco” it dates back to the Maestrichtian period, about 70-65 million years ago. This skull has been professionally prepared and mounted on a custom iron sand. It has very little restoration, and it featured great detail and preservation.
Dimensions: 20" L x 8" W x 7" H
Provenance: Sidi daoui, phosphate mines, Morocco
Age: Mastrichian period (70-65 MA)
Type: Actual specimen - one only