While contemporary art sales are dipping, the market for dinosaurs bones might be holding steady. Bonhams recently held its ‘Natural History‘ auction and two dinosaur offerings both fetched more than their estimated prices according to the New York Times. A fierce looking Tyrannosaurid skull (pictured) sold for $206,000 while a more peaceful and popular Triceratops head sold for $242,000. The auction house refused to identify the buyers, but did hint that the dinosaurs were likely bought as “home decorations.”