Rarity: Beautiful tooth from a giant dinosaur Diplodocus in beautiful colour with typical worn chewing surface of the tooth.
Diplodocus was one of the more common genera of the Upper Morrison Formation, which is about 156 to 147 million years old, and belonged to one of giant sauropods such as Camarasaurus, Barosaurus, Apatosaurus and Brachiosaurus.
This dinosaur genus was considered to be the one with the longest body for a long time. Its enormous size provided protection against predatory dinosaurs such as Allosaurus and Ceratosaurus.
Discovery site: Utah, USA
Length: 45 mm
No restorations, 100 % original fossil
- Rarità gigante dente di dinosauro Diplodocus 45 mm
- Nome scientifico
- Diplodocus Sauropoda schöne Farbe
- Stati Uniti
- Periodo geologico
- GIURASSICO - Giurassico Superiore, Kimmeridgiano (152,1-157,3 milioni di anni fa)
- Buona preparazione
- 45×12×10 mm
- 8 g