Plesiosaurus Tooth in Matrix
Plesiosaurs are marine reptiles that lived during the Age of Reptiles (Mesozoic Era). They had four flat flippers, a long neck, and a small head. Their name means "near lizard".
These plesiosaur teeth are exceptionally well-preserved. Each specimen is presented "in matrix" - meaning, it is surrounded by sandy-colored rock. Each tooth is approximately the same size, but the volume of matrix may vary.
Dimensions: ~2" - 2.25"
Scientific Name: Plesiosaurus mauritanicus
Age: 70 Million Years
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