Spinosaurus caudal vertebrae
A Spinosaurus caudal vertebrae is a fossilized bone that was part of the tail of the Spinosaurus dinosaur. It is characterized by its large centrum, which is wider than it is long, and its neural spines, which are curved and extend outwards from the centrum. These vertebrae were instrumental in providing support and flexibility in the tail, allowing the dinosaur to swim in water. This is a nice caudal vertebra with two zagapothesis and a partial spine top. Everything is natural with no restoration.