Theropod Dinosaur Teeth

Theropoda indet

Dromaeosauridae / Abelisauridae

Geological Time: Middle Cretaceous, Albian Stage

Size (25.4 mm = 1 inch): Dinosaur tooth are 17 mm by 7 mm to 24 mm by 11 mm

Fossil Site: Kem-Kem Basin, K’Sar-es-Souk Province, South of Taouz, Morocco

Code: 1811401

Price: $80.00

Theropod Dinosaur Teeth for SaleDescription: While dinosaur teeth are well known from Morocco, the skeletal remains, particularly cranial material themselves are scarce, making assignments difficult. Here is an assortment of teeth typically found in the Kem- Kem. The first two are most likely from a Dromaeosaurid and the last from an Abelisaurid. Note the serrations which would have served like a steak knife to slice up meat from a prey animal. They will come shipped in a Riker-type display box.

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