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darktheumbreon

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darktheumbreon

I didn't know which place to post this, but I found this online and I was wondering if these are in fact genuine T-Rex tooth? Thank you very much.

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DatFossilBoy

Hi and Welcome to the Forum from Switzerland:yay-smiley-1:

We would need before anything else to know where they have been found/location.

Kind regards

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darktheumbreon

Stated to be from Judith River Formation, Montana and they label them as Aublysodon and Albertosaurus teeth.

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Welcome to the forum...

T-rex is not found in the Judith River Formation to old in age but are Tyrannosaurid teeth, same family just older..   Currently there are no described Tyrannosaurids from the Judith and are most likely from either a Daspletosaurus or Gorgosaurus type species.     So these teeth are best described as Tyrannosaurid indeterminate since you cannot distinguish between small teeth of Tyrannosaurids..

 

 Aublysodon is no longer considered a valid taxon and Albertosaurus teeth have only been reported from younger deposits of the Horseshoe Canyon Formation in Alberta..

 

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