Natural History - Spinosaurus Dinosaur Tooth Group
Antiquities - Natural History
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Cretaceous Period, Aptian Stage, 125-113 million years BP
A group of six large teeth from the dinosaur Spinosaurus maroccanus from Tegana Formation, Taouz, Morocco. 225 grams total, 53-92mm (2 - 3 3/4"). Fine condition. [6, No Reserve]
From the collection of the paleontologist R Gledhill; collected between 1930 and 1960.
The Spinosaurus was both a beachcomber type scavenger and an active hunter taking small stranded plesiosaurs, pterosaurs, turtles and large fish.
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