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A nice Carnivourous Dinosaur tooth, Spinosaurus Sp. North Africa. SOLD
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Cretaceous Period c.112-97 million years ago. A nice example of a Carnivourous Dinosaur tooth found near Morroco, North Africa and from a Spinosaurus Species of Dinosaur, an enormous sail-backed bipedal dinosaur, larger than a T-Rex, in fact considered the largest Carnivourous dinosaur with skeletons measuring up to 59 feet from the tip of the tail to the tip of of its long crocodilian snout This particular tooth measures 60mm long x 23mm at thickest and still has good enamel and a nice colouration. Feint repair and some damage as shown at root of tooth as excavated otherwise a decent example from this most fearsome of Dinosaurs.
 


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