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2.5 inch premaxillary. No real reason to suppose not Rex. Serration count around 18 per cm. Any observations? I've placed it up against Rex premaxillary teeth in the last picture for comparison.




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Spot on, a pre-max tooth with that size can only be Rex. I'm assuming its from the Hell Creek or Lance Formation.

Very nice big tooth.

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So...menacing. Nice fossil!

"There has been an alarming increase in the number of things I know nothing about." - Ashleigh Ellwood Brilliant

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>May your wonders never cease!

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I have a cast of the entire pre-max of Stan one of the largest Rex's found and its awesome. Enjoy your tooth.

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Thanks. Always interesting to gauge people's reaction to it. Really sorts out those with imagination from those without! Your cast sounds great.

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