Spinosaurus Tooth

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Spinosaurus (meaning "spine lizard") was an opportunistic predator who stomped through North Africa over 100 million years ago, eating small and large prey - including other dinosaurs. It is estimated to have been the largest of all known carnivorous dinosaurs, up to 50 feet long, weighing 7 tons. Recent theories suggest that Spinosaurus was well-adapted for aquatic life and could swim using its unique, paddle-like tail. Our Spinosaurus Tooth was collected in Morocco and is preserved in a Riker Mount specimen box that can be easily opened to more closely examine this fossilized tooth. Box is approx 11 x 14 cm (4.25" x 5.375"). Tooth specimens will vary slightly in size, weight, and color.

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