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Edmontosaurus Tooth

This Edmontosaurus Tooth is from Edmontosaurus annectens. It is from the Cretaceous Period and was found in the Hell Creek Formation in Zeibach County, South Dakota. Edmontosaurus was a duckbill or Hadrosaur that lived near the end of the Cretaceous Period. They could grow to a length of about 49 ft. Their chewing teeth were arranged on plates with hundreds of teeth on each side of the jaw.
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