Mosasaur teeth and bones
Very large teeth, including the exceptionally preserved root and bone, from a Mosasaur.Mosasaurs were carnivorous and resembled a large crocodile with paddle-like limbs.
The largest of the Mosasaurs, Hainosaurus, could reach up to 17 meters (56 feet) in length.
Still in its original matrix, this piece comes from phosphate deposits near to Khouribga, Morocco. Dating from the upper Cretaceous, circa 80 million years old.
This is the actual item you will be buying. Includes a display stand.
With field plaster to the back of the piece, measurements are:
Height 36cm, width 49cm, depth 12cm. Average tooth size, including the root is: Length 13cm, width 5cm.
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