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Triceratops Tooth - SOLD 0.87"

Triceratops Tooth - SOLD 0.87"

The Triceratops’ jaws came together to form a sharp curved beak. This feature was built not for biting, but for grasping and pulling at plants. Behind this beak sat the dinosaur’s teeth, which were arranged in a tight structure called a dental battery. This specimen is a fossil Triceratops tooth, which is over 66,000,000 years old.

The specimen measures 0.87" and is quite a bit larger from the normal teeth we offer. It was recovered on private land in the Hell Creek Formation in Montana.

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