Ankylosaurid claw – Euoplocephalus tutu
Euoplocephalus was about five to six meters long and weighed over two tonnes. Its body was low-slung and very flat and wide, standing on four sturdy legs. Like other ankylosaurids, Euoplocephalus was largely covered by bony armour plates.
A superb specimen in excellent condition, this claw is distorted, providing a good example of injury or disease.