Serrated Dinosaur - Tooth - Carcharodontosaurus saharicus - 70×28×15 mm

Description
Serrated Dinosaur - Tooth - Carcharodontosaurus saharicus - 70×28×15 mm
CRETACEOUS-Upper Cretaceous, Cenomillion yearsnian (93.9–100.5 million years) - Morocco

Offered: a beautiful large tooth of one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs that ever lived. Carcharodontosaurus is closely related to Tyrannosaurus rex. It could grow up to 13 metres in length with a weight of 15 tons. This incisor has a size of 7 cm. The patina is beautifully orange brown and the serration has also been excellently preserved as you can see in the pictures. The tip of the tooth was broken in the layer and is stuck and on one side a piece of the enamel is broken off. This tooth comes from the Kem Kem formation in the South-East of Morocco. The age is Late Cretaceous, about 93 to 100 million years old. This tooth absolutely belongs to the better quality that you can find here.

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Lot details
Specimen
Serrated Dinosaur
Object
Tooth
Scientific name
Carcharodontosaurus saharicus
Origin
Morocco
Geological Period
CRETACEOUS-Upper Cretaceous, Cenomillion yearsnian (93.9–100.5 million years)
Condition
Repaired
Treatment
Conserved
Dimensions
70×28×15 mm
Weight
33 g
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