XLG Carcharodontosaurus Tooth not T. Here is a quality Carcharodontosarid tooth from the upper Cretaceous of the Kem Kem Group in Morocco. It measures 4.12 inches.
There is some crack fill (which Im not sure why I didnt remove). Probably because I just didnt notice it until I saw the blown up picture with great light on my computer. Rich brown color with smooth enamel. As far as large theropod dinosaur tooth go, these are somewhat common.In the world of dinosaurs, restoration is just a fact of life. Unlike restored shark teeth which are frowned upon by most collectors, its not unusual and a common practice to restore dinosaur fossils. They rarely come out of the ground unscathed from the tens of millions of years being buried. With that said, Ill disclose anything that I see that might be restoration or just the stanilization of cracks. When I acquire these teeth, they are coated in a fairly heavy coat of stabilizing glue from the field.
I remove the glue with solvents and also gently micro blast the tooth to remove most of the extra matrix or granules of sand and any remaining haze from the glue. Since this takes quite a bit of time I only give this treatment to the best of the bunch.
Megalodon Teeth up to 3 1/2. Megalodon Teeth 3.5+" - 4.5".Megalodon Teeth 4.5+" - 5". Do not pay until I combine the items.
Otherwise the format does not allow me to combine them once they are paid. If my pictures and description are not what you expected, then you can return it without question. _gsrx_vers_1233 GS 8.1.1 (1233).
The item "XLG Carcharodontosaurus Tooth not T. Theropod Dinosaur 4.12" is in sale since Monday, October 5, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Rocks, Fossils & Minerals\Fossils\Vertebrates\Amphibian, Reptile & Dinosaur". The seller is "fossilsonline" and is located in Venice, Florida.
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