Fine Tyrannosaurus rex Tooth - 3.35 inches
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This phenomenal Tyrannosaurus rex tooth was discovered in the famed Hell Creek Formation, in South Dakota.
The partial root present in this robust 3.35 inch specimen adds to its rarity and uniqueness. Additionally, the enamel is extremely lustrous and well-preserved, with gorgeous rich bronze brown colour. Both edges are beautifully serrated with most serrations in place. A absolute gem for avid collectors; T.rex teeth of this fine quality are truly special and beyond rare, especially in today's feverous market.
Condition: Found in excellent condition overall - only minor repair to root area.
Measures 3.35" x 1.30" x 0.96" (straight line). Measures approximately 3.50" along outer curve; Weighs 75 grams.
Glass Riker-style display case included
- Perkins County
- Hell Creek Formation
- South Dakota, USA
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