Large Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus Tooth From Morocco
Late Cretaceous Period- C. 145-70 Million Years Ago
Name of which the family belongs: Spinosauridae
Informal name of the fossil: Spinosaurus
Spinosaurus were among the largest of all known carnivorous dinosaurs, first discovered in Egypt by Ernst Stromer over 100 years ago. The remains were moved to a museum in Munich but unfortunately were destroyed in April 1944 during World War Two. These dinosaurs lived a near aquatic existence, weighing 13–22 tons tons and 15-18 metres in size. Spinosaurus, were longer and heavier than Tyrannosaurus and were known as “spined reptile,” was named for its “sail back” feature, which was created by long vertebral spines.
Of a large size and a fine example.
Size: 110mm long
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