Ever wondered what the inside of a Spinosaurus tooth looked like? This is your chance to get an amazing piece of collection! The fracture of this tooth offers a new perspective on the composition and fossilization process of this specimen.
Location: Morocco, Libya, Egypt
Age: 112-93 million years ago
Size: 52ft (16m)
At 52ft long and more than 12 tons in weight, Spinosaurus is estimated to be the to be the largest theropod by far. It is thought that Spinosaurus would fish in lakes and rivers, and prey upon small and medium dinosaurs on land. They were fairly common in the Late Cretaceous. The most complete Spinosaurus skeleton was destroyed by allied bombing raid on Germany in World War II.
- Dimensions with both pieces together: 70 mm x 24 mm x 18 mm.
- Genuine fossil.
- This item includes an information card about the fossil.
- A certificate of authenticity is included with this item.
This fossil requires special care - exposure to water and other chemicals, such as cleaning products or aerosols, will damage it over time. If you polish the stone, use a dry cloth only, or an air duster that does not contain any disinfectant or other chemicals.