This rare Dinosaur vertebra comes from the famous Potton Sands which date from the early Cretaceous. All bones from this location are brown in colour and appear to have water worn edges. This may be because the area was a fast flowing river which gradually smoothed bones from animals which either died along its banks or whilst crossing. Fabulous and rare with a lovely patina!!
The detail on the specimen is quite exceptional as you can see in the pictures. This is a small Acrodus Spine which formed support for one of its fins. Specimens of this calibre are highly sought after and are becoming increasingly scarse to obtain.