Beautiful set of five teeth from the same formation.
The description of the teeth from left to right is as follows: (see picture 1)
Tooth 1: Tooth of Carcharodontosaurus. 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 4.7 cm. The tooth is completely original. Serration present, some enamel peeled off.
Tooth 2: tooth of Onchopristus, an extinct giant sawfish. 4.1 cm. Good quality. Glued, however.
Tooth 3: Dinosaurus; Spinosaurus maroccanus. This tooth has a size of 4.2 cm. Beautiful patina and very well conserved.
Tooth 4: Dinosaur: Pterosaurus - Siroccopteryx moroccensis
Rare tooth of a flying reptile from the family of the Pterosaurus. This small tooth has a size of 15 mm. Everything is in good condition
Tooth 5: Crocodile's tooth; Elosuchus Cherifiensis. Size 4.8 cm. Tip of the tooth was broken off and is glued and restored.
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- Set of various Dinosaur
- Teeth (5)
- Scientific name
- Spinosaur, Carcharodontosaur, Pterosaur & others
- Geological Period
- CRETACEOUS-Upper Cretaceous (66.0–100.5 million years)
- Good condition
- 48×21×19 mm
- 31 g