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Lot 1704
Cretaceous Period, 99-93 million years BP. An example of Carcharodontosaurus saharicus, the African T-Rex; with clearly visible serration and good enamel. 34 grams, 74mm (3"). Property of a Lincolnshire gentleman; formerly in an old Lincoln collection; acquired 1980s; from the Tegana formation, Sahara Desert, Morocco. The Carcharodontosaurus saharicus was one of the largest predators (larger than its distant North American T-Rex cousin) of all time and is also related to the allosaurus and the South American giganotosaurus.

Condition

Fine condition, repaired.

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African 'Tyrannosaurus Rex' Fossil Tooth

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