Dinosaur Serrated Fossil Tooth of a Large Predatory Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus
An amazing 2 1/8” long tooth of the large predatory dinosaur Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus. This massive Thereopod often gets compared to T-Rex but is thought to be larger and much older. The preservation on this tooth is really nice all around. The enamel is a beautiful, dark coloration and serrations on both sides are in great shape with minimal feeding wear to the tip.
Carcharodontosaurus comprised a genus of dinosaurs that dominated the land over 100 million years ago, during the Mid-Cretaceous period. This genus is currently known to include two gigantic species, which were among the largest known predatory dinosaurs. There were immense as the genera Tyrannosaurus and Giganotosaurus, but not as colossal as Spinosaurus.