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Lance Creek formation dinosaur tooth


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Found in Lance Creek formation in Wyoming, late Cretaceous.

Need help ID'ing this predator tooth.

Measurements are 3cm long x 1.8cm wide x 1.2cm thick.

Serrations present on top and bottom of tooth.

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Congratulations. Nice find :D

Wait for the specialists

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Looks like a T-Rex tooth looking at the thickness, beefy serrations and overall morphology. Great find.

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You should be it's not everyone that has a chance to have one.

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Thomas King

Aimee,

Excellent find. Beautiful tooth. It will make a great addition to your collection.

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I posted this before and got a couple of great replies but I was hoping for some more input.

Thank you!

Possible T rex tooth from Lance Formation, Wyoming, late Cretaceous.

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T Rex ! :)

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I posted this before and got a couple of great replies but I was hoping for some more input.

Thank you!

Possible T rex tooth from Lance Formation, Wyoming, late Cretaceous.

I merged your topics showing the same tooth. ;)

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Agreed, definitely Rex. You can tell it's a tyrannosaur tooth based on how thick the tooth. The only tyrannosaur (as of now) is T-Rex so therefor narrows down our options to T-Rex.

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