Allosaurus fragilis

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An incredible Top Quality, Allosaurus fragilis tooth. A May Fossil of the Month. This Allosaurus crown measures 1-9/16", and it is displayed on its Morrison Fm. matrix with a crocodile jaw bone. The enamel is highest quality. Great rich brown color. Exceptional posterior and anterior serrations. Excellent overall condition and serrations. No repair or restoration. Allosaurus was the apex predator during the late Jurassic with large teeth designed to slash predators. Legally collected on private land in the Morrison Fm., Bone Cabin Quarry, Como Bluff, Wyoming. Authenticity guaranteed. A rare big collector's tooth!  

DL02         SIZE: 1-9/16"   (1" wide)

Note - Adding 12 Allosaurus teeth in May 2022    Link to Allosaurus teeth


Allosaurus fragilis or "different lizard" was the infamous apex predator of the late Jurassic period. This monster reached lengths of approximately 30 feet and reached weights approaching 3500 pounds. Their teeth were serrated and were used to dine on Stegosaurus, Diplodicus, etc. A must have item for dinosaur collectors. Fossil remains in teeth, bones, and claws. All of which are very rare and extremely difficult to locate. These top quality specimens were all legally collected from private lands in the northwestern US. Late Cretaceous, Morrison Fm., 155-145 MYA. Authenticity guaranteed. 

This Jurassic predator is much older than the T. rex. The Tyrannosaurus rex is much closer in age to man than to the Allosaurus.