"KELSEY" is a very complete Triceratops skull and among the largest known. Mounted on a wooden base with casters.
Discovered by Leonard and Arlene Zerbst from the original Lance formation "type area," where most of the original 30 odd skulls of Triceratops were collected in the late 1800's and early 1900's. Collected by BHI and the Zerbst family in 1998. KELSEY was prepared, molded, and mounted by BHI for the Children's Museum of Indianapolis, where it went on exhibit June, 2004 (specimen # TCM 2001.93.1).
For more information and pictures go to the KELSEY Triceratops Interesting Info page.