Mosasaur Tooth


Fossil Marine Reptile Tooth

Upper Cretaceous age (80 million years old)

A “dinosaur” that swam, having adapted legs into flippers (similar to the evolution of whales). With sturdy neck and skull up to 6 ft. long, Mosasaurs were major predators in the Cretaceous seas. Pterogoid (throat) teeth helped prevent prey from escaping.

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Specimen Size

Dimensions11.3 × 8.5 × 4 cm

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