Mosasaur Tooth - Fossil


Size: Small
Quality: Standard
Prix:
Prix réduit$50.00 CAD

Description

Mined from: Morocco

Era: Mesozoic
Geological Age: 66mya

Description: The Mosasaur was a predator of the ancient oceans. They had a long stumpy tail and paddle-like limbs which helped the Mosasaur glide through the sea and devour pray with ease. They have sharp cone shaped teeth and a massive jaw.  Although these Mosasaur tooth fossils have been weathered down and do not contain a sharp tip, they do have the connecting bone that rests below the gumline which gives it a unique characteristic that other specimens lack. 

Approximate Size of 1 Piece: 5.5cm x 3cm x 2cm
Approximate Weight of 1 Piece: 35g

Approximate Size of 1 Piece: 8cm x 3.5cm x 3cm
Approximate Weight of 1 Piece: 65g

Quantity: 1pc

We do our best to buy quality products- although not every rock is the same. If you choose to purchase the "staff pick option", we will select the best of the batch for you. Otherwise, it will be at random from the larger batch we have in stock.

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