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Igdamanosaurus (28 mm) Globidens aegyptiacus tooth from Morocco

Igdamanosaurus (28 mm) Globidens aegyptiacus tooth from Morocco
  • Igdamanosaurus (28 mm) Globidens aegyptiacus tooth from Morocco
  • Igdamanosaurus (28 mm) Globidens aegyptiacus tooth from Morocco
  • Igdamanosaurus (28 mm) Globidens aegyptiacus tooth from Morocco
  • Igdamanosaurus (28 mm) Globidens aegyptiacus tooth from Morocco
  • Igdamanosaurus (28 mm) Globidens aegyptiacus tooth from Morocco
  • Igdamanosaurus (28 mm) Globidens aegyptiacus tooth from Morocco
  • Igdamanosaurus (28 mm) Globidens aegyptiacus tooth from Morocco
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Igdamanosaurus aegyptiacus (Globidens) tooth of Cretaceous age (approx. 70.6-66 million years). The tooth remains come from the Qued-Zem site in Morocco. Globidens is a type of Mosasaurus whose teeth are specialized for ripping open the shell of ammonites, nautilus and smaller turtles. The Globidenses could reach a length of approx. 6 meters. The size of the tooth shown in the pictures is approx. 27 mm x 28 mm x 25 mm. Weight approx.: 22 grams + packaging.

  • Size: 27 mm x 28 mm x 25 mm

    Weight: 22 grams

    Site: Qued-Zem, Morocco

    Age: between 70,6-66 Million Years

  • Stock
    In stock
    Article No.
    935848
    Weight
    22 g/pcs
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