Scelidosaurus harrisonii skull - Public domain natural history illustration
Fig. 1. Side view of part of skull; natural size.
Fig. 2. The fractured fore-end of the same skull, showing teeth in their sockets.
Fig. 3. Outer side of tooth of the upper jaw, magnified.
The skeleton which afforded the subjects of Plates 46-58 was discovered by James Harrison, Esq., in the Lower Lias of Charmouth, Dorsetshire. The fossils are in the British Museum of Natural History.