Small Mosasaur Jaw
Part of the jaw and teeth from a Mosasaur, a carnivorous aquatic lizard found in Morocco.
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The Mosasaur was a carnivorous, aquatic lizard that is thought to have somewhat resembled a large crocodile with paddle-like limbs.
The largest of the Mosasaurs, Hainosaurus, could reach up to 17 meters (56 feet) in length.
These jaw sections are from phosphate deposits in Khouribga, Morocco.
Dating from the late Cretaceous period, circa 70 million years old.
Image shown is for guidance purposes only.
These jaw sections have been re-set . Approximately 20 cm x 18cm x 4cm