Complete Abelisaur Dinosaur Tooth Kem Kem Beds Morocco D - Free Shipping!
This listing is for a great complete Abelisaur small theropod dinosaur tooth from the Kem Kem Beds of Morocco. The tooth comes with its own gem display case. This tooth is from the very front of the upper jaw of the dinosaur, also known as a premaxillary tooth.
Smaller theropod teeth from the middle Cretaceous (~95 million years old) Kem Kem Beds are often identified as Abelisaur or sometimes Deltadromeus. There still needs to be more research done in this area for an actual genus and species to be named to properly identify teeth like this. There were likely multiple small theropod dinosaurs running around in this ecosystem.
The tooth can also come with a COA upon request.
The tooth was found outside the city of Taouz Morocco along a cliff facing which separates Morocco from Algeria. This area is known as the Kem Kem Beds and dates back to the Cretaceous Period about 95 million years in age. The amazing thing is that this area used to be a lush tropical environment full of life. All of the waterways and river systems created a perfect environment for teeth, claws and bones to become fossilized.