Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus tooth - 1.56 inch

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Length 1.56 inches 39.5mm

Date obtained  2nd November 2020

Location Kem Kem beds, Morocco

Age Cretaceous 96-99 Million years

A nice sized Carcharodontosaurus tooth, crisp and clear serrations both mesial and distal and an excellent fiery orange colour. There is a small section of enamel peal on the labial side no repair or restorations on this fossil.

Possibly the largest predator in the kem kem beds, with its huge serrated teeth this carnivore was most certainly hunting other dinosaurs including Spinosaurus. Originally discovered in 1914 and described later in 1931 by Ernst Stromer, its name meaning jagged (carchar) teeth (odon) with modern estimates placing this dinosaur around 42 foot long and 7.8 metric tons, competing in size with the South American cousin Giganotosaurus.

This fossil has been consolidated with Paraloid B-72, which is a standard between personal collectors and museums, this is to preserve the fossil for generations to come and prevent pyrite disease, and also comes with a nice display box and identification label ready to be displayed