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Igdamanosaurus aegyptiacus (Zdansky 1935)

Ludwigia

3.5x2.3m. Tooth

Maastrichtian

Late Cretaceous

From Oued-Zem, Morocco

Otherwise known all over the internet as Globidens aegyptiacus, but this was revised by Lingham-Soliar back in 1991.

 

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Photo Information for Igdamanosaurus aegyptiacus (Zdansky 1935)

Taken with Canon Canon PowerShot SX230 HS

  • 5 mm
  • 1/30
  • f f/3.1
  • ISO 100
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On 17.5.2019 at 2:28 PM, JimB88 said:

thats a weird tooth!

It belongs to a member of the Globidensi tribe within the Mosasaurinae. They specialized in crushing molluscs, turtles and such as opposed to chewing on fish like the other mosasaurs, hence the weird form.

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