A Close-up of a Fossilized Ceratopsian Dinosaur Skull. A black-and-white photograph in landscape orientation containing a close-up of a fossilized ceratopsian dinosaur skull discovered by paleontologist George Fryer Sternberg. This fossil photograph contains heavy contrast due to the lighting and angle the photographer used. This exposed fossil is a view of the skull’s parietal bones embedded in sedimentary rock. Two cavities are noticeable in this skull and occurred naturally before being embedded and fossilized. There are sixteen countable frills while the rest are deeply embedded in its resting place. The skull it is surrounded by rocky edges that have noticeable eroding.
black and white photograph
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Sternberg, George Fryer 1883-1969, "023-01: A Close-up of a Fossilized Ceratopsian Dinosaur Skull" (2021). George Sternberg Album #3 - South American Views. 43.