Due to their fragile nature and the fact that these teeth are roughly 100 million years old, it is very rare to obtain a specimen that is void of repair or restoration.... Hence any tooth that is 100% Natural is beyond rare. This one looks like it was most likely found in two pieces and a simple repair was done. This is a 100% original real toothnot a composite or anything silly like that.
Teeth of this size are very hard to come by. They dont care if they screw you over or if they flat out lie to you. You really have to know what you are doing and what you are looking at or you will 100% get screwed.
That is just the way it is here in the fossil business world. But there are also a ton of absolutely clueless sellers who have no idea what they are doing. If you want to get a good laughand be sad and amazed at the same time... But this is the kind of crap both you and I have to deal with in this section. Sorry, I went off on a little rantbut Im back nowand back to the tooth.You have to realize that these teeth have been laying in the ground for nearly 100 million years and for anything to come out of the ground after that length of time is pretty amazing. But a fragile tooth to fossilize and not break into fragements with the changing environment of the earth is beyond crazy.
You have to realize over this length of time whole oceans have dried up and are now deserts. And flooded most likely thousands of times during this period. And to have this tooth still sitting here before you now is 1 in a million. Please note that I do NOT sell any fakes, replicas, or reproducations of any kind.Only the real deal and only REAL FOSSILS. We do NOT measure our teeth on a ruler and round up. Why would you should be the question. We do NOT list low quality commercial grade teeth as "Gems" or World Class.
We do NOT hide flaws during photographing. Please read the question and answer section below. I charge what the post office charges.
Because if the package weighs 16 ounces or less, and 99% of them do, than the United States Postal Service does not require one. Question #3: Do you have a website? There is never such thing as a stupid question, and I answer all my emails personally.
_gsrx_vers_823 GS 7.0.12 (823). The item "African T-Rex Carcharodontosaurus Dinosaur Tooth 4 & 1/2 in REAL FOSSILS" is in sale since Thursday, April 18, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Rocks, Fossils & Minerals\Fossils\Vertebrates\Amphibian, Reptile & Dinosaur". The seller is "sydni816" and is located in Bradenton, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.