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Carcharodontosaurus Teeth

Did you ever wish you could own a real dinosaur tooth? The sharp dagger-like tooth of an ancient predator...
Carcharodontosaurus teeth were ferocious: sharp, with serrated edges and up to 8 inches long! These teeth are from the Cretaceous period and are about 100 million years old. They come from Morocco in North Africa.

Learn more about Carcharodontosaurus
Carcharodontosaurus grew to be about 45 feet long. It could weigh up to 8 tons. The  head of this beast was about 6 feet tall. Perhaps more brawn than brain, the massive head sported a small brain. Carcharodontosaurus had a body type similar to T-Rex, but it was not directly related to the Tyranosaurids. It was a much older theopod, more closely related to the allosaurus
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