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Pterosaur Tooth G Siroccopteryx moroccensis


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This Pterosaur tooth is about 1 inch long. There have been no breaks or repairs. The species name is Siroccopteryx moroccensis, a large flying reptile. This is the only described pterosaur species from Morocco, and comes from Kem Kem fossil beds. It is from the Cretaceous Period and is about 100 million years old. Pterosaurs were flying reptiles. The first pterosaurs in the fossil record were from the Late Triassic Period. They ruled the skies until the end of the Cretaceous Period when a mass extinction wiped them out along with the dinosaurs and thousands of other species. Pterosaurs were the first vertabrates to achieve powered flight.
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