The fossil of Euoplocephalus, a large armadillo-like dinosaur, is recreated in fine detail using full colour on this fine silver collectable coin. Euoplocephalus lived in Alberta between 76 and 70 million years ago. Its body was covered with bony armour embedded in its skin. Even its eyelids were covered with moving bony plates and its tail had a defensive club that was formed by four bony growths fused together. Due to its extensive body armour, Euoplocephalus was a slow, awkward-moving herbivore that fed on low-lying vegetation.
All collectable coins have been previously owned. Conditions will vary.
Metal Type: Silver
Diameter: 34 mm
Special Features: Full colour
Packaging: RCM branded maroon clamshell with black sleeve and certificate
Artists: Kerri Burnett (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse)