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sanit

Hi again. im trying quite hard to find quickly a good spinosarus tooth thats real/not fully fabricated.

ive done a bit more research this time for thoese who may see me for the second time. ive had a look at these and i personally thing this looks ok however im still a complete novice

the tip has a bit of a bump on it not sure what thats about

also im new to this forum apologies if me posting twice for the same topic is against the rules

any help in identify these woud be very much appreciated:unsure:

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gigantoraptor

Seems to be a beter specimen than the last you showed. Not top grade, but a decent one. 

It's a Spinosaurid tooth, either Spinosaurus aegyptiacus or Sigilmassasaurus brevicollis. The teeth of these species can't be distinguished between one another, so the most accurate ID is Spinosaurid indet. The tooth is from the Kem Kem beds and Cenomanian in age.

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Troodon

The only comment I would add is that the tip has been reattached, why the bump

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sanit

@Troodon @gigantoraptor thank you, this is probably what ill end up going for, its a decent length for a decent size so...

just needed some experienced people to confirm it for me :)

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