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Found 99 results

  1. Carcharodontosaurus. saharicus tooth

    From the album My fossils collection

    Carcharodontosaurus. saharicus tooth from Kem-Kem Basin, South of Taouz, Morocco Cretaceous period
  2. Dinosaur Teeth Display option 2. Close up view

    From the album Dinosaur Teeth

    This is another display option I am considering with the Rikker display box. All of these teeth were found south of Taouz, K'Sar-es-Souk province, Kem-Kem basin region of Morocc
  3. Dinosaur Teeth Display option 2

    From the album Dinosaur Teeth

    This is another display option I am considering with the Rikker display box. All of these teeth were found south of Taouz, K'Sar-es-Souk province, Kem-Kem basin region of Morocc
  4. Dinosaur Teeth Display option 1 Close up view

    From the album Dinosaur Teeth

    Here is one display setup I am considering with the miniature doll stands. All of these teeth were found south of Taouz, K'Sar-es-Souk province, Kem-Kem basin region of Morocc
  5. Dinosaur Teeth Display option 1

    From the album Dinosaur Teeth

    Here is one display setup I am considering with the miniature doll stands. All of these teeth were found south of Taouz, K'Sar-es-Souk province, Kem-Kem basin region of Morocco
  6. 4.25 inch Moroccan Carcharodontosaurus saharicus tooth

    From the album Dinosaur Teeth

    This is a VERY special tooth with rare preservation. It is a 4.25 inch Morrocan Carcharodontosaurus saharicus tooth measured along the greater outer curvature. This photo shows the proper way to measure these dino teeth with a flexible paper or cloth measuring tape along the longest outer curvature from tip to base.
  7. 4.25 inch Moroccan Carcharodontosaurus saharicus tooth

    From the album Dinosaur Teeth

    This is a VERY special tooth with rare preservation. It is a 4.25 inch Morrocan Carcharodontosaurus saharicus tooth measured along the greater outer curvature. The age of this dinosaur tooth is Mid Cretaceous epoch, Albian stage (96 million years ago). This tooth was found south of Taouz, K'Sar-es-Souk province, Kem-Kem basin region of Morocco and has beautiful red patina, great serrations and tip, and no repair. Truly a top notch example and I thought it was worth a few extra photos.
  8. 4.25 inch Moroccan Carcharodontosaurus saharicus tooth

    From the album Dinosaur Teeth

    This is a VERY special tooth with rare preservation. It is a 4.25 inch Morrocan Carcharodontosaurus saharicus tooth measured along the greater outer curvature. The age of this dinosaur tooth is Mid Cretaceous epoch, Albian stage (96 million years ago). This tooth was found south of Taouz, K'Sar-es-Souk province, Kem-Kem basin region of Morocco and has beautiful red patina, great serrations and tip, and no repair. Truly a top notch example and I thought it was worth a few extra photos..
  9. 4.25 inch Moroccan Carcharodontosaurus saharicus tooth

    From the album Dinosaur Teeth

    This is a VERY special tooth with rare preservation. It is a 4.25 inch Morrocan Carcharodontosaurus saharicus tooth measured along the greater outer curvature. The age of this dinosaur tooth is Mid Cretaceous epoch, Albian stage (96 million years ago). This tooth was found south of Taouz, K'Sar-es-Souk province, Kem-Kem basin region of Morocco and has beautiful red patina, great serrations and tip, and no repair. Truly a top notch example and I thought it was worth a few extra photos.
  10. 4.25 inch Moroccan Carcharodontosaurus saharicus tooth

    From the album Dinosaur Teeth

    This is a VERY special tooth with rare preservation. It is a 4.25 inch Morrocan Carcharodontosaurus saharicus tooth measured along the greater outer curvature. The age of this dinosaur tooth is Mid Cretaceous epoch, Albian stage (96 million years ago). This tooth was found south of Taouz, K'Sar-es-Souk province, Kem-Kem basin region of Morocco and has beautiful red patina, great serrations and tip, and no repair. Truly a top notch example and I thought it was worth a few extra photos.
  11. 4.5 inch Moroccan Carcharodontosaurus saharicus tooth

    From the album Dinosaur Teeth

    This is a 4.5 inch Morrocan Carcharodontosaurus saharicus tooth. The age of this dinosaur tooth is Mid Cretaceous epoch, Albian stage (96 million years ago). This tooth was found south of Taouz, K'Sar-es-Souk province, Kem-Kem basin region of Morocco. This tooth has a beautiful red patina and great serrations.
  12. 4.5 inch Moroccan Carcharodontosaurus saharicus tooth

    From the album Dinosaur Teeth

    This is a 4.5 inch Morrocan Carcharodontosaurus saharicus tooth. The age of this dinosaur tooth is Mid Cretaceous epoch, Albian stage (96 million years ago). This tooth was found south of Taouz, K'Sar-es-Souk province, Kem-Kem basin region of Morocco. This tooth has a beautiful red patina and great serrations.
  13. 3.4 inch Moroccan Carcharodontosaurus saharicus tooth

    From the album Dinosaur Teeth

    This is a 3.4 inch Morrocan Carcharodontosaurus saharicus tooth. The age of this dinosaur tooth is Mid Cretaceous epoch, Albian stage (96 million years ago). This tooth was found south of Taouz, K'Sar-es-Souk province, Kem-Kem basin region of Morocco. This tooth has a beautiful red patina and great serrations.
  14. 3.4 inch Moroccan Carcharodontosaurus saharicus tooth

    From the album Dinosaur Teeth

    This is a 3.4 inch Morrocan Carcharodontosaurus saharicus tooth. The age of this dinosaur tooth is Mid Cretaceous epoch, Albian stage (96 million years ago). This tooth was found south of Taouz, K'Sar-es-Souk province, Kem-Kem basin region of Morocco. This tooth has a beautiful red patina and great serrations.
  15. Moroccan Dino Collection

    From the album Dinosaur Fossils collection

    Collection of Moroccan apex predator carnivores
  16. Carcharodontosaurus Tooth #2

    From the album Kem Kem Fossils

    Name: Carcharodontosaurus Tooth Age: 100 million years old Locality: Kem Kem Region, Morocco, North Africa Formation: Tegana Formation Length: 3 and 1/32 inches long Notes: Another pristine museum quality Carcharodontosaurus tooth from my collection. No repair or restoration and fantastic enamel. Very nice serrations. This tooth is my second best dinosaur tooth and a very rare example of a tooth from this giant African predator.
  17. I have been seeing Delta teeth floating around the net lately and was wondering how you teeth experts can tell the difference or unique features that separate one from another since most of them to my eyes, they look almost the same. With Delta teeth of size smaller than 1.5" I can kinda see it tend to be flat and blade-like like Dromaeosaur's teeth and you probably may be more likely to get them confused with Raptor's teeth more so than Carch teeth which from my observation, the smaller teeth seem to look bulkier and a little stout in shape. However when it comes to Delta teeth of 2" and bigger I see very little difference from a Carch tooth of similar size so how do you tell the difference? And correct me if I am wrong, but it seems like a Delta teeth of 2" and above seem to be a rarity from my experience but in reality are Delta teeth more costly than a Carch tooth of comparable size and quality? Since it seems to be a rarer specimen I would assume the answer should be yes, but I can't be sure.
  18. Carch Tooth (3") with Stand

    From the album Dinosaur Fossils collection

    Carcharodontosaurus tooth on display stand Carcharodontosaurus saharicus Age: Cretaceous (Aptian) Locality: Hamada gu Guir, Kem Kem, Morocco Specimen Length: 3"
  19. Carch Tooth (4") with Stand

    From the album Dinosaur Fossils collection

    Carcharodontosaurus pre-max tooth on display stand Carcharodontosaurus saharicus Age: Cretaceous (Aptian) Locality: Tegana Formation, Kem Kem, Morocco Specimen Length: 4" Note: Pre-Maxilla tooth
  20. Kem Kem Dinosaur Teeth collection

    From the album Dinosaur Fossils collection

    Assorted collection of high grade dinosaur teeth from Kem Kem, Morocco
  21. I was faced with a difficult choice, it was either a 1.5" T-Rex tooth for about $1,600 or I could go for large sized Carch & Spino Teeth... In the end I fell prey to the Saharan behemoths not just 2, but 4 of them... and have never felt so good! Not only did I get 4 nice large teeth but I actually still had some money left over and several Kem Kem fossils as freebies as well. It kinda make you see and realize how overpriced a T-Rex tooth can really be now that I look back... Well, until I can safe up and manage to find an affordable one, I will enjoy these in the mean time for a loooong time!
  22. Hey, I was wondering if there is any way to determine the approximate position of my Carcharodontosaurus tooth in the mouth. I know this is more difficult in theropod dinosaurs other than Tyrannosaurids because the shapes of their (other theropods) teeth don't vary as much depending on their position. Can anyone help me with this? I've attached a few photos of the said tooth, if it would be in any help.
  23. My Kem Kem Tooth Collection

    I just acquired some new specimens in my Moroccan Kem Kem dinosaur and reptile tooth collection. Thought i'd show you guys the lot. They are all from the Kem Kem/Tegana Formation near Taouz, Morocco. As you can see i love collecting dinosaur and reptile teeth from this area! The larger ones are incredibly rare and virtually non-existant at the formation nowadays. I'm quite proud of them! What do you guys think? P.S- that "Ankylosaur" tooth was infact looked at by Robert Bakker. He thinks it is from an Ankylosaur, which is ultra rare because no Ankylosaurs are known from the formation yet!
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