This tooth belonged to a Spinosaurus Marocannus dinosaur. Spinosaurus was a large Spiny carnivorous dinosaur from the Cretaceous period. It had a large a large dorsal sail-like structure or fin that was made up of large spines ranging up to 2 meters (7ft) in length, these spines may have been connected by a tough skin. Some theories suggest that Spinosaurus used this structure for themo-regulation and/or mating rituals and display. Spinosaurus was the largest of all known carnivorous dinosaurs, even larger than T-Rex, it may have reached 16-18 meters or (52-59 ft) in length, and may have weighed 7-9 tonnes.
This Spinosaurus tooth is in great condition featuring great preservation and detail, it is presented in a 5"x4" glass ricker case.
Dimensions: Average tooth size: 1.25"
Provenance: Kem Kem formation, Sahara desert, Morocco
Age: Cretaceous (146-65.5 MYA)
Type: Actual Specimen- one only