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- 1.75" RARE Suchomimus Tooth Tenere Desert, Niger w/ Serrations
1.75" RARE Suchomimus Tooth Tenere Desert, Niger w/ Serrations
This listing is for an extremely rare Timurlengia euotica dinosaur tooth from the Bissekty Formation of the Kyzyl Kum Desert of Uzbekistan. Fossils from this geologic formation are about 90-92 million years in age (Cretaceous Period) and represents an area of very lush vegetation and a lot of biodiversity but is now an arid desert.
The tooth measures 7/8" in length and comes with its own gem display case. The tooth is complete but is worn which is typical of teeth from this formation. There are still serrations present but they are not very distinct but the color and enamel is still great. The tooth comes with its own gem display case.
Timurlengia is categorized as a Tyrannosaurid dinosaur from this formaton and lived along other species of theropods, reptiles, pterosaurs and many herbivorous dinosaurs. However, research in this formation is still young and there are surely many more discoveries to come. It seems like every theropod tooth from this area is called Timurlengia but with time there will likely be more species discovered and teeth better identified.
The last picture shows the best specimen of this species and what has been so far recovered in Uzbekistan.