This is a quality genuine fossil dinosaur tooth from the largest predatory dinosaur known, Carcharodontosaurus saharicus. This large example has a robust profile from the forward region of the jaw where stronger teeth like this were needed to deliver bone-crushing, killing bites to large prey. It is complete AND UNBROKEN, with a rich, dark red hue from the desert minerals in which it was fossilized. This extremely impressive fossil tooth from a prehistoric apex predator, would be a welcome addition to any dinosaur fossil collection.
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ID Carcharodontosaurus saharicus
FOUND Kem Kem Beds - (NW Sahara Desert), Morocco
AGE LATE CRETACEOUS: 100 - 94 million years
SIZE 2.7" long on the curve
CONDITION COMPLETE NO REPAIR OR RESTORATION. EROSION TO SURFACE POSSIBLY FROM BEING SWALLOWED AND PARTLY DIGESTED BY THE DINOSAUR.
NOTE VERY IMPRESSIVE, COLORFUL LARGE TOOTH FROM THE LARGEST MEAT-EATING DINOSAUR!
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:: Includes a LIFETIME GUARANTEE Certificate of Authenticity & Condition / History Sheet