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The Spinosaurus was a prehistoric carnivorous dinosaur estimated to have lived between 112 and 97 million years ago. The semi-aquatic Spinosaurus was an absolutely massive dinosaur. Measuring between 40 to 60 feet long, it beat out most other carnivores of the Cretaceous Period—even Tyrannosaurus rex. It was an adaptive hunter as well, likely hunting prey both on land and in the water.
Its teeth were well suited to gripping slippery fish, and its long, conical snout was ideal for snatching them out of the water. The tooth is believed to be from the mandibular symphysis, which was located near the mid-line of Spinosaurus’ lower jaw, where it could effectively grip and hold prey.
This Spinosaurus tooth from Morocco is an incredible example of a specimen that has survived millions of years and provides important clues to understanding the past.
Each piece is similar, though no item at Crystal Joys is exactly the same as every item is a unique stone that is non-fabricated. Slight variations in color, size, and shape may exist. Every item at Crystal Joys is true "one of a kind". Contact us if you would like to see the specific stone prior to purchase and we would be happy to send you a picture prior to shipment.