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Contents this page:  Dinosaur teeth (Carcharodontosaurus, Deinosuchus, Suchomimus, and Spinosaurus), Claw (Pteranodon), Dinosaur footprint

GENUINE Carcharodontosaurus tooth

From a large Theropod dinosaur, Carcharodontosaurus saharicus.

Carcharodontosaurus was from the Cretaceous period, about 100 million years ago! This tooth was found S. of Taouz, in the Moroccan Sahara. Possibly larger than T-Rex, this dinosaur had large serrated "steak-knife" teeth superbly adapted to  cutting and rending flesh. Coupled with strong muscular neck and rear legs, this dinosaur was a fearsome predator.

   

#DF-200

1-1/4" long x 1/2" wide

In Riker mount box, 4-1/4" long x 3-1/4" wide x 7/8" tall

$39  SOLD


       

#DF-201

Linear measurement 2” long x 1-1/8” widest x 1/2” thick
Comes in 2-3/4” square display box with stand.

$125

         

#DF-202

4” long x 7/8” wide x 1/2” thick
No serrations visible, but rare to get so much root.

$375

 
 

DEINOSUCHUS DINOSAUR TOOTH

Deinosuchus is an extinct genus related to the alligator that lived 82 to 73 million years ago, during the late Cretaceous period. The name translates as "terrible crocodile".

Deinosuchus was far larger than any modern crocodile or alligator, with the largest adults measuring 10.6 m (35 ft) in total length.

Its overall appearance was fairly similar to its smaller relatives.
It had large, robust teeth built for crushing, and its back was covered with thick hemispherical osteoderms.

Locality: Aguja fm, Lajitas, Brewster County, Texas

Measures 3/4” long x 1/2” wide x 1/2” thick

   

#DF-210

$79


 

SUCHOMIMUS tenerensis DINOSAUR TOOTH
MOROCCO


Suchomimus ("crocodile mimic") is a genus of large spinosaurid dinosaur with a crocodile-like skull that lived between 125–112 million years ago,[1] during the Aptian to early Albian stage of the Cretaceous period in Africa.
 
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By Original uploader was ДиБгд (dmitrchel@mail.ru) - Originally from Russian Wikipedia, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=2462823

Tooth is in matrix

Tooth itself measures 1-1/2” long x 3/8” wide

     

     

#DF-215

$375


 

Real SPINOSAURUS Dinosaur teeth

(sail-backed dinosaur featured in Jurassic Park III)

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Genus: Spinosaurus   Species: Aegyptiacus 

Below is a photo of the fanged snout of a Spinosaurus, great jaws about a foot long!

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Period: Cretaceous (75-100 million years old)  Locality:  Taouz, Morocco, Africa   Fossil Formation: Tegana

Badder than the T. rex, Spinosaurus was a gigantic predator that stalked Africa.  His head alone was almost six feet long!  The whole animal measured up to 59 feet long, a dozen feet longer than the largest known T. rex and bigger than the previous record holder among carnivorous dinosaurs, Gigantosaurus.  A full-grown adult stood 20 feet tall and weighed 9 tons.  He had a fearsome ridge, or sail, down its back, a croc-like jaw, and strong, taloned arms to catch its prey.  Spinosaurus was the LARGEST PREDATOR OF ALL TIMES.

Here's what they look like in matrix as they're excavating them:

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Teeth may have some repair but are stable

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#DF233-1

3/4"

$18

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#DF233-5

1-1/8"

$20

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#DF233-10

1-1/4"

$22

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#DF233-11

1-1/4"

$22

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#DF233-20

1-3/8"

$22

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#DF233-32

1-1/2"

$24

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#DF233-34

1-1/2"

$22

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#DF233-35

1-1/2"

$24

 

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#DF233-40

1-5/8"

$26

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#DF233-41

1-5/8"

$26

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#DF233-50

1-3/4"

$28

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#DF233-51

1-3/4"

$28

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#DF233-52

1-3/4"

$28

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#DF233-53

1-3/4"

$28


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#DF233-60

1-7/8"

$30

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#DF233-61

1-7/8"

$30

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#DF233-70

2"

$38

 

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#DF233-80

2-1/8"  

$38

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#DF233-81

2-1/8"  

$38

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#DF233-82

2-1/8"  

$38
 

 

 

 

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#DF233-91

2-3/8"

$42

MOSASAURUS TEETH
(Marine reptile, as in Jurassic World)

PRIMO LARGE BUT SHORT TEETH

No repairs

$22 each unless marked

 
   

   

#DF233-92

2” long x 1-1/8” wide x 7/8” thick
 
   

 
 

#DF233-94

2-3/16” long x 1-1/4” wide x 1” thick
   

   

#DF233-95

1-15/16” long x 1-1/16” wide x 1” thick
   

   

#DF233-96

1-3/4” long x 1-1/8” wide x 7/8” thick
   

   

#DF233-97

2” long x 1-1/8” wide x 7/8” thick
    
    

#DF233-98

1-7/8” long x 1-1/16” wide x 1” thick
    

    

#DF233-100

1-7/8” long x 1-1/8” wide x 15/16” thick
    

    

#DF233-101

1-7/8” long x 1” wide x 7/8” thick
    

    

#DF233-102

1-7/8” long x 1-1/8” wide x 1” thick
    

    

#DF233-103

1-3/4” long x 7/8” wide x 7/8” thick
   

   

#DF233-106

2-1/4” long x 1-1/16” wide x 7/8” thick
   

   

#DF233-107

2-3/8” long x 1-1/4” wide x 15/16” thick
   

   

#DF233-108

1-3/4” long x 1” wide x 7/8” thick
   

   

#DF233-109

1-7/8” long x 1” wide x 7/8” thick
   
   

#DF233-110

1-7/8” long x 1-1/8” wide x 7/8” thick
   

#DF233-111

Tip is 1” long, full tooth matrix is 3-3/8” long x 1-5/8” wide x 1-1/8” deep

$35

 

GENUINE PTERANODON (flying reptile) hand CLAW

Pteranodon sternbergi , manual ungual; 

Excavated from the Lower Niobrara Chalk, Lane Co., Kansas

Remember the outer claw is keratin (fingernail material) that does not survive fossilization.  So this is the inner claw material that was preserved and found.  Measures a full 1" long x 1/2" widest x 1/16" thick.  Comes with display box as shown.

The Niobrara Chalk in western Kansas was deposited on the eastern shelf of the Late Cretaceous Western Interior Sea during Coniacian through early Campanian time, hundreds of miles from the nearest land.  The Pteranodon is a reptile but not a dinosaur. was one of the largest pterosaur genera and had a wingspan of 3-6 meters (9-20 feet).  It was a toothless beaked creature, similar to those of modern birds.

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    $325  SOLD

 

First mode of transportation...

 

DINOSAUR FOOTPRINT
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Ever see a genuine dinosaur footprint?  Now you have!  From Utah, a farmer discovered linear footprints of a Eubrontes dinosaur!  An archaeologist that visited our Nevada shop received this as a gift when she was a little girl (from the former owner of this property), and loaned it to us for awhile.  Mind you, this is two feet across and two and a half feet high!  

We had an honored place for it in our shop, though it has since been returned to her family at their request.  (NOTE:  We now have only our online business with no storefront as of 12/03 (more details on the former shop on the "About Us" page.)

Our friend Dan specially made this box for us to transport it from Nevada to South Carolina in 2002.

Update 12/14/07, the footprint is now a stepping stone!

Hi, Heidi - This last summer the footprint worked great in my tiny garden (as a happy stepping stone), and now it's going to get covered in snow. Hope all is well.
Penni (Joan's daughter)

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We're glad it has a happy place in your garden, Penni, and that we were able to share it with others as long as we had it.

Heidi

 And a great photo of a 3-toed dinosaur foot, taken at the North Carolina Fossil Club show in Whiteville NC in 2004:

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My what big FEET you have!

HOW ARE FOOTPRINTS FORMED & PRESERVED?

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Remember, footprints are impressions in sand or silt.  If just the right conditions occur, it fills in with another material or is covered and protected due to a catastrophic event before it is obliterated.  Over millions of years, the area filled in becomes petrified, or stone, called a cast (a filled-in impression of the print).   

 

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