Collector's Mosasaur Tooth in Matrix (Mosasaurus anceps)
Introducing our Collector's Mosasaur Tooth in Matrix, an exceptional piece for all passionate fossil enthusiasts. This specimen showcases the tooth of a Mosasaurus anceps, one of the most fearsome marine predators of the Late Cretaceous period.
This collector-grade specimen exhibits a remarkably well-preserved tooth, embedded in the original matrix where it was found. The tooth, with its rugged edges and pointed tip, is a testament to the carnivorous nature of these giant aquatic lizards. Each tooth tells a tale of a time long past, of an era when these giants ruled the oceans.
The matrix in which the tooth is embedded adds an extra layer of authenticity and preservation, keeping the tooth in its natural context. The earthy, natural texture of the matrix provides a striking contrast to the smooth, fossilized tooth, making this an aesthetically pleasing addition to any collection.
A perfect choice for fossil lovers and history buffs alike, our Collector's Mosasaur Tooth in Matrix not only stands as a captivating piece of natural art but also a unique slice of prehistoric life. Dive into the world of ancient oceans and make this piece yours today!
Please note that the exact size, color, and shape may vary slightly, as each piece is unique and naturally created over millions of years.
Dimensions: ~3"L x 3"W x 2"D, teeth is 1.375" - 1.75"
Scientific Name: Mosasaurus anceps
Age: 100 Million Years
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