Dinosaur tooth collection - Siroccopteryx / Triceratops / Edmontosaurus / Lambeosaurus - 3.0 cm / 1.1 cm / 0.7 cm / 0.9 cm

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Dinosaur tooth collection - Siroccopteryx / Triceratops / Edmontosaurus / Lambeosaurus - 3.0 cm / 1.1 cm / 0.7 cm / 0.9 cm
Creataceous (145 - 66 million years) - Erfoud, Morocco / (Hell Creek) Montana, USA / South Dakota / (Judith River) Monatana, USA

The offered collection of four different dinosaur teeth is a special lot hardly ever offered.
All coming from the geological time period cretaceous, they were living with other dinosaurs as T-Rex.
Biggest in size is the flying pterosaur Siroccopteryx moroccensis with 30 x 6 x 4 mm (0.8g) found in the Tegana formation in Erfoud, Morocco.
One of the most interesting specimen is the Triceratops from the well known and appreciated Hell Creek formation in Monatana, USA.
The Triceratops tooth measures 11 x 7 x 6 mm (0.4g).
Third in the row is the duck-billed dinosaur Edmomtosaurus annectens found in Harding County in South Dakota, USA.
With 7 x 6 x 4 mm in size and 0.3g in weight it may be the smallest, but does have a great shape.
The Lambeosaurus from Judith River formation from Blaine County in Montana, USA measures 9 x 7 x 6 mm (0.9g).
All teeth are in plastic boxes with a picture of the dinosaur.
The collection will be sent safely by insured certified mail.

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