Cretaceous; Barremian-Albian; 126-101MYA; The Pellis Psittacosaur is a beautiful addition to any collection. 'Pellis' meaning 'skin' in latin (refering to the fossilised skin upon the specimen) and 'Psittacosaur' meaning 'Parrot Lizard' (referring to the beak-like skull). This specimen is sincerely wonderful and is perfect for top-tier collectors, particularly museums and prestigous institutions. The dinosaur skeleton is essentially complete a rarity in itself, but it is the spectacular addition of fossilized internal material and soft-tissue that makes us find this fossil truly outstanding. Fossilized gastroliths and stomach contents enable us an insight into this particular specimens true life as a living, breathing and hungry organism. Furthermore, the fossilized skin gives us a great indication on how this Psittacosaurus looked when it was alive, a truly remarkable insight given this creature died approximately 100-125 million years ago. Mummified dinosaurs are almost never offered for sale, nearly all belonging to public institutions, the acquisition of this fossil is sincerely a once in a lifetime opportunity. According to our best knowledge this is the only one that has ever been offered to the public for sale and would be the pinnacle of any collection, surpassing the rarity and significance of any T-rex or Triceratops skeleton.