This Spinosaurus Fossil Tooth ages approximately 100 million years, and was found in the in South of Taouz in the Moroccan Sahara. It measures 1 5/8" long and has nice, rust-red enamel. This is the most intact tooth we currently have in stock.
Spinosaurus is believed to be a semi-aquatic, large meat-eating dinosaur found in Africa. This giant predator had relatively short legs, a wide paddle-like tail and finely serrated, round teeth that filled a long crocodile-like snout. Because they lived primarily in and around water it is assumed that they likely hunted fish and other marine prey. The distinctive back-sail could have been used to control temperature and/or for display for various reasons.
Reach out and touch the past with this piece of prehistoric history. You won’t be disappointed! The fossil you will receive is the exact one pictured.
Reference Code: Fos-SP2th-A