This is a large, complete lateral tooth from a Deltadromeus agilis. Unlike teeth from dromaeosaurs where the body is extremely laterally compressed and the denticles are finer, or Carcharodontosaurus teeth where the cross-section is more robust with a greater hook to the dagger-shape of the crown - this tooth exactly maintains the anatomical uniqueness of the other Deltadromeus specimens we have offered that separate them from the aforementioned dinosaurs. Preservation on this tooth is good with a sharp tip and a single repair near the top. The serrations are easily seen. There is one chip on the labial side but otherwise, this is a great tooth and of a classic form for this dinosaur. This specimen is a rare and recommended example from this "dromaeosaur-on-steroids", the size of a juvenile T. rex.