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SPINOSAURUS TOOTH 100 MILLION YRS AGO CRETACEOUS DINOSAUR 3.1 IN LONG SPINOSAUR COA FREE STAND-Fossil Age Minerals

SPINOSAURUS TOOTH 100 MILLION YRS AGO CRETACEOUS DINOSAUR 3.1 IN LONG SPINOSAUR COA FREE STAND

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From: Morocco

Weight: 1.2 Ounces

Dimensions: 3 Inches Long & .9 Inch Wide

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Comes with free stand.

This is a real fossil tooth, not a replica.

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Name: Spinosaurus ‭(‬Spine lizard‭)‬.

Named By: Ernst Stromer‭ ‬-‭ ‬1915.

Diet: Piscivore/Carnivore.

Size: Estimated between‭ ‬12.6‭ ‬to‭ ‬18‭ ‬meters long.

Known locations: North Africa,‭ ‬particularly Egypt‭ ‬-‭ ‬Bahariya Formation,‭ ‬and Morocco‭ ‬-‭ ‬Kem Kem Beds.

Time period: Albian to Cenomanian of the Cretaceous.

Fossil representation: To date at least six partial specimens of the skull,‭ ‬mandible,‭ ‬neural spines, and other fragmentary postcranial remains.‭ ‬Teeth, however, are considerably more common.

The Spinosaurus was a dinosaur that lived during the Cretaceous period in North Africa, approximately 100 million years ago. The Spinosaurus is a theropod dinosaur and may be the largest and longest of its kind, weighing as much as 6 tons and being 49 feet long. At present the Spinosaurus is believed to have been the world's largest carnivorous dinosaur, weighing more than the Tyrannosaurus Rex. The Spinosaurus had a long and narrow skull, making it look like a crocodile (only much larger), and had long spines extending upward from the vertebra which looked similar to a sail and was likely to have had skin connecting them. The name 'Spinosaurus' means 'spine lizard.'




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