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Found 16 results

  1. Can some one tell me if this is nice Spinosaurus tooth? It has been repaired at the tip. Is the repair a big deal? It is a little over 4"
  2. My 8 year old son has been saving his allowance for some time so he can get a nice Spinosaurus tooth. He will have about 350.00-400.00 saved up soon. I have read several things on repairs and fakes, but still do not have great confidence in what I am looking at. I have found a few sites that appear to be reputable, but I am concerned about spending this much money on a tooth still. I am wanting him to make a good investment and it sounds like Spinosaurus teeth are not all that rare but over 4" seems to be a more unusual tooth. In the 350.00-400.00 range what size tooth should we expect to get? Is there another fossil that would be a better purchase for him in this price range? He already has a 5" and 3.5" Megalodon tooth he bought by saving his money.
  3. Hi, I have two Spinosaurus teeth, both said to be from Khouribga Morocco but bought from different sellers. Both look convincingly real to me but I'm an absolute novice. One of the two teeth (but not the other) is becoming hollow at the non-pointy end due to the sandy contents crumbling. Gently tapping removes more. The reddish outer enamel surface seems fine though. So is that a bad thing perhaps indicating a fake? And if it's normal and OK is there an 'acceptable' way of preventing the problem? Thanks, Tim
  4. Giant Spino tooth?

    Hi all, In the market of Middelburg, I saw this big fossil for sale. The stand owners say it is a Spinosaurus tooth from the Tenere desert, from the Cretaceous (when precisely they don't know). But I am not very sure of this ID, because I am not seeing anything that really looks like enamel. Also, it is HUGE! Some of the photos show a 10c (Euro) coin or my hand for size indication... It's approximately 18cm from tip to tip. I don't know much about spino teeth, but isn't that a tad too big? So, what exactly is it? Is it indeed a giant spino tooth? If yes, is this a normal size for it to reach? If it isn't, what is it then? And how much of it is real (in case part of it is fake)? Unfortunately, I didn't buy the fossil, so I can't give any extra pictures. I am curious to see what your answers are! Best regards, Max
  5. So I've recently decided to start collecting fossils and such And for my first fossil i decided I would like a spinosaurus tooth (as the spinosaurus had been a favourite of mine since around the age of 10) The tooth wasn't super expensive but I inquired the seller about it and asked if it was real. They said it was basically. Anyhow, I got the tooth and was wondering if you guys could give me some insight on wether it is genuine or not.
  6. Hello I am from Austria so Sry for my English. I have bought some fossils and want to ask some experts what they Think about it. The First is a spinosaurus tooth. What you Think about it, is he real and how much is it worth?
  7. Is this Spinosaurus tooth real or a replica? 5.5cm in length, from Morocco Also what are all the weird crusty bits on the side of the tooth?
  8. Spinosaurus tooth collection

    From the album Favorites

  9. 5.0 inch Spinosaurus tooth

    From the album Dinosaur Teeth

    This is a rooted Spinosaurus tooth from the Kem Kem basin region of Morocco that measures 5 inches along the outer curvature.
  10. 5.0 inch Spinosaurus tooth

    From the album Dinosaur Teeth

    This is a rooted Spinosaurus tooth from the Kem Kem basin region of Morocco that measures 5 inches along the outer curvature.
  11. 4 inch Spinosaurus tooth

    From the album Dinosaur Teeth

    This is a 4.0 inch Spinosaurus from Kem Kem basin region of Morocco. There is no repair or restoration to this tooth.
  12. 7 inch Spinosaurus tooth

    From the album Dinosaur Teeth

    This is a rooted Spinosaurus tooth from the Kem Kem basin region of Morocco that measures 7 inches with cloth tape measure along the outer curvature. This is a massive specimen with only minor repair to the tip and some top notch professional restoration to a portion of the root for aesthetic purposes, but the length is 100% natural. Not a common specimen in this size and condition.
  13. Spinosaurus Tooth #2

    From the album Kem Kem Fossils

    Name: Spinosaurus Tooth Age: 100 million years old Locality: Kem Kem Region, Morocco, North Africa Formation: Tegana Formation Length: 4 and 1/16 inches long Notes: A very fine specimen, almost perfectly intact and lacking any restoration. Only one small repair.
  14. Spinosaurus Tooth #1

    From the album Kem Kem Fossils

    Name: Spinosaurus Tooth Age: 100 million years old Locality: Kem Kem Region, Morocco, North Africa Formation: Tegana Formation Length: 4 and 1/8 inches long Notes: Very nice size and excellent quality. No repair or restoration.
  15. Spinosaurus Tooth 02

    From the album Dinosaur Fossils collection

    Spinosaurus aegyptiacus Age: Cretaceous (Aptian) Locality: Tegana Formation, Kem Kem, Morocco
  16. Spinosaurus Tooth 01

    From the album Dinosaur Fossils collection

    Spinosaurus aegyptiacus Age: Cretaceous (Aptian) Locality: Tegana Formation, Kem Kem, Morocco
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