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I obtained a tooth of Tyrannosauroidea from Inner Mongolia today, Iren Dabasu Formation(Upper Cretaceous, Campanian). In this formation, only Alectrosaurus olseni is described as the Tyrannosauroidea family. But I strongly believe that it doesn't come from it because this tooth has huge serrations and a thicker root. Can you help me identify it? Tell me you ideas.

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From Iren Dabasu Formation some dinos are only know by skeleton-parts, not clear by their tooth-morphology. Looks a little bit like a small Timurlengia-tooth, some have a "similar morphology". 

 

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On 6/16/2024 at 5:33 AM, rocket said:

From Iren Dabasu Formation some dinos are only know by skeleton-parts, not clear by their tooth-morphology. Looks a little bit like a small Timurlengia-tooth, some have a "similar morphology". 

 

Would you like to send some photos to me?

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