Rebbachisaurus tamesnensis tooth
Formation: Tegana Formation
Location: Taouz, Morocco
Size: Tooth is over 1.2 inches long
Here is a nice dinosaur tooth. This is a Rebbachisaurus tamesnensis tooth from the Cretaceous of Morocco. Rebbachisaurus was a plant-eating dinosaur which belonged to the Diplodocid family. This tooth is quite robust and has very good corrugated, brick-red enamel. The tooth has a nice wear facet which gives the tooth a nice chisel tip. This is a fine example of a distinct tooth from this unusual sauropod dinosaur.
A Certificate of Authenticity from EXTINCTIONS is included with this specimen.