Spinosaurus aegyptiacus Manus Claw

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A Very Rare, TOP QUALITY Spinosaurus aegyptiacus hand (manus) claw from the Kem Kem region of Morocco. A September Fossil of the Month. An exceptional manus claw with fantastic color. No breaks. No cracks. All original. Excellent rich tan & red colors. Exceptional surface - no pitting, nicks or wear! Note - the claw has a mild bend which is a little distortion from burial in the surrounding sediment. No repair or restoration. 100% natural which is extremely rare for a Spinosurus claw. An exceptional quality, collector's claw. One of the finest quality manus claws that I have seen. Check out our selection of top quality Spinosaurus claws! Authenticity guaranteed.  Note - a Riker frame will be included.

M1247      Size: 3-9/16"  (straightline)  

Spinosaurus aegyptiacus was giant predator and scavenger with a large, narrow skull containing very stocky, round, spike-like teeth. It possessed a long crocodile-like snout and may have hunted large fish, shark, and other marine mammals or reptiles or even dinosaurs present in Cretaceous north Africa. The Spinosaurus had a huge "back-sail" that was thought to be used to regulate body temperature or possibly assist with swimming.

The age of these dinosaur teeth are early Late Cretaceous epoch, Albian to upper Turonian stage (112 to 72  million years ago). All of these teeth were found south of Taouz, K'Sar-es-Souk province, Kem-Kem basin region of Morocco. All teeth are museum quality or near museum quality.