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Just want to get some expertise opinions on this particular tooth since Moroccan Mosasaur teeth are some of the hardest thing to ID. I have had this tooth for quite a while now and have assumed it to be a Beaugei tooth specimen due to it's facetted nature which I assume whether correctly or not, that it's a key feature of this specie. Though I can't be so sure although, I have always assumed that a Platecarpus teeth specimens have always been small like the ones in the picture below: But it doesn't mean that a Platecarpus won't grow into a large size thus their teeth will also grow, bu
From the album: Reptiles & Marine Reptiles collectionMosasaur (Prognathodon sp) Locality: Oulad Abdoun Basin, Kem Kem, Morocco Age: Creataceous (70 MYA) Specimen length: 2.5/8" (Note: mistake correction & ID confirmation are always welcomed!)