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Otodus - 125 Vertebrae Found

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Hello Renauld, I checked the fish you've suggested, the teeth do not coincide.

Maybe it's a fish? I would like to know what kind of fish if there is a subject matter expert.

Thank You

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I suggest contacting jnoun..a Forum member who really knows all sorts of Morocco fossils,especially marine fish, plesiosaurs, mosasaurs,etc...lives in Rabbat.

JVB

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There is this publication which reviews all the vertebrates of the Moroccan phosphates:

ARAMBOURG C. 1952.

Les vertébrés fossiles des gisements de phosphates (Maroc – Algérie – Tunisie). Notes et Mémoires du Service géologique du Maroc 92:1-372.

Is there any document where all the wildlife is shown, the Ypresian?
The Crocodile is posed for a part on the stone, the other on phosphate. I am compelled to first remove all that is on the stone, with hardening resin (Paraloid B72), then I'll make a plaster to the skull, and other parts that are yet to be discovered in the phosphate at the bottom of the pictures you see after the skull.

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Hello everyone, I found this tooth in Maastrictian, the root seems to Mosasaurus, the tip is thin like the teeth of Encodus. Do you know the name of the species? thanks

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Hello everyone, I mounted this skull, but I'm not sure you have identified the species. I think it's Mosasaurus prognathodon, but I see a strong resemblance Eremiasaurus Heterodontus. What do you think? thank you

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50 minutes ago, Snen said:

 

Hello everyone, I mounted this skull, but I'm not sure you have identified the species. I think it's Mosasaurus prognathodon, but I see a strong resemblance Eremiasaurus Heterodontus. What do you think? thank you

 

Nice skull, sorry but I can not help to ID it.

It would be better if You create a new thread in the fossil id sub forum than to tag an ID request on an old thread. More will see it.

 

Tony

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Hello Snen!

An amazing thread here, but I agree with Tony, start a new thread for your ID there!

 

I will be right over to help you dig some more out ;)

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thanks for the suggestion. I did.

Snen ☺

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