|Scientific Name||Keichousaurus Hui|
|Origion||GuiZhou Province, China|
Collecting Keichosaurus Fossils
Unfortunately, there is a general misconception that because of its name Keichousaurus, many people automatically assumed it is a dinosaur. As a matter of fact, many of the dealers, both the US and foreign, will tell you that you are buying a dinosaur fossil.
Asides from the tremendous amount of fake Keichousaurus fossils flooded the market, many ignore sellers actually believe that they were selling genuine fossils. Buying from a reputable seller really helps if you are not sure what to look for. These fossils are not cheap; therefore, it is up to the buyers to arm themselves with knowledge before investing in a specimen.
The following site gives really good guidelines to identify fake fossils.
The slab is cut into a manner resembles a rectangle. It is about 11.8 X 7.4 inches, though the length varies along four sides. The specimen is about 10.375 if you consider to stretch its curved neck. The four limbs are visible along with their long digits. The detail of its head is a bit of vague, but the bone structure of its body is very intricate. The whole thing weights about 3 lbs and 10.9 oz.