Set of large Dinosaur - Teeth (3) - Spinosaurus maroccanus - 74×26×18 mm

Description
Set of large Dinosaur - Teeth (3) - Spinosaurus maroccanus - 74×26×18 mm
CRETACEOUS-Lower Cretaceous, Albian (100.5–113.0 million years) - Morocco

Beautiful set of large teeth of the largest carnivorous dinosaur that ever lived. Spinosaurus was even larger and heavier than Tyrannosaurus. Spinosaurus had a skull that resembled that of a crocodile. This skull had sharp pointed teeth and it is assumed that Spinosaurus ate meat as well as fish.

The offered teeth all have a beautiful brown patina. Dimensions between 7.4 and 6.6 cm long. Two teeth were broken in the layer and were then glued. The resulting crack has been filled up. Taken from my last trip to Kem Kem in Morocco in April 2018.

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Lot details
Specimen
Set of large Dinosaur
Object
Teeth (3)
Scientific name
Spinosaurus maroccanus
Origin
Morocco
Geological Period
CRETACEOUS-Lower Cretaceous, Albian (100.5–113.0 million years)
Condition
Restored
Treatment
Conserved
Dimensions
74×26×18 mm
Weight
75 g
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