Robust tooth (about 6.5 cm, the brown part of the tooth is 5 cm) of Mosasaurus beaugei, the fright of the Cretaceous Sea! With this tooth prehistoric animals have been bitten for sure.
Mosasaurus populated the seas in the late Cretaceous (71.3 - 65.4 mil years ago).
Mosasauridae, marine reptiles, could be up to 18 meters long. The tooth comes from the phosphate mines in Morocco and is still in the original sediment.
Mosasaurus beaugei ARAMBOURG, 1952
Late Cretaceous, Maastrichtien
About 70 million years old
Oued Zem, Morocco
- dente di un Mosasaurus
- Nome scientifico
- Mosasaurus beaugei
- Periodo geologico
- CRETACEO- Cretaceo superiore , Maastrichtiano (66.0-72,1 milioni di anni)
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