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Spinosaurus Tooth - SOLD 5.16"

Spinosaurus Tooth - SOLD 5.16"

Topping out at just over 18m long (59ft), Spinosaurus is one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs ever discovered. This family of giant theropods also happens to be among the most surprising creatures in the fossil record.

This specimen is a complete crown and partial root of a real, fossilized Spinosaurus tooth from the Kem Kem fossil beds of Morocco. It measures 5.16" in length.

 

 

📸 Artist's rendition of Spinosaurus that will likely need some updating based on the evolving understanding of this unique dinosaur species!


Topping out at just over 59ft long (18m), Spinosaurus is one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs ever discovered. This family of giant theropods also happens to be among the most surprising creatures in the fossil record.


Nearly everything about Spinosaurus defies traditional thoughts about carnivorous dinosaurs. To begin, Spinosaurids are the only known family of semi-aquatic dinosaurs. They also had long, narrow skulls, almost crocodile-like in appearance, and their jaws were lined with conical teeth instead of the curved, blade-like ziphodont teeth of most theropods.

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