A partial Mosasaur jaw with 2 huge rooted teeth in situ, plus an erupting tooth in the jaw below.
The erupting tooth is large and would soon replace the tooth above
This was discovered in Khourigba, Morocco, and dates from the Cretaceous, 95 million years old.
Mosasaurs are related to modern day land lizards, such as Monitors and Gila Monsters, and ranged in size from 1 metre to giants of 15 metres and more.
They preyed upon large fish, turtles, and Plesiosaurs.
A super display fossil, with a large erupting tooth ready to replace the tooth above,
Size: Jaw 10 cm long, teeth 5 cm long above the jawline, & erupting tooth 5 cm.
- Mosasaurid Reptile
- gedeeltelijke kaak met tanden + uitbarstende tand
- Wetenschappelijke naam
- Mosasaurus sp.
- Geologisch tijdperk
- In goede staat