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Carcharodontosaurus Tooth #1
 

Paleoworld-101

Name: Carcharodontosaurus Tooth

Age: 100 million years old

Locality: Kem Kem Region, Morocco, North Africa

Formation: Tegana Formation

Length: 3 and 1/8 inches long

Notes: A spectacular museum quality Carcharodontosaurus tooth. Specimens like this are very rare. No repair or restoration and beautifully intact enamel from tip to root on both sides. Excellent serrations. It is also a premax tooth which is quite rare (can't tell from this photo but it has a D shaped profile when looked at side on). My best dinosaur tooth.

From the album:

Kem Kem Fossils

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Taken with SONY DSC-N1

  • 7.9 mm
  • 10/500
  • f f/2.8
  • ISO 64
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Megatooth Collector

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What a beauty! I am sure you are proud of that one! I know I would be :)

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Rarely I do see teeth in better condition than this even on the smaller common ones, but yours is a giant of a specimen! Very nice acquisition!

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