Raptor (Dromaeosaur) Teeth

Raptor (Dromaeosaur) Teeth

The Dromaeosaurs were the dominant raptor dinosaur of the late Cretaceous period (Hell Creek Fm.) This theropod was rather small at 7 feet, but made up for its size with a large mouth full of serrated teeth, sharp claws, and speed. Like the other raptors, they possessed a large "sickle" claw on each foot. The Dromaeosaurs probably hunted in packs and may have been feathered. Fossil remains include well preserved teeth, bones, and claws, and are highly valued by collectors. These top quality specimens were all legally collected from private lands in the northwestern US. Late Cretaceous, Hell Creek Fm. (or equivalent), 68-66 MYA. Authenticity guaranteed.

View as Grid List

Items 25-25 of 25

Page
Set Ascending Direction
per page
  1. Dakotaraptor steini  (Raptor)
    $0.00

    An Ultra RARE, Top Quality Dakotaraptor steini  (raptor) first maxillary tooth. Dakotaraptor steini is one of the recently described Hell Creek Fm. raptors. This tooth is 7/8" which is a typical size. The enamel is very good with a great brown color. A smooth crown. Excellent small posterior (distal = 5-6 ser./mm) and very small anterior (mesial = 6-7 ser./mm) serrations. See unique tooth characteristic discussion below. No cracks. No repair. Legally collected on private land in the Hell Creek Fm., Powder River Co., Montana. Note - 2015 Dakotaraptor description paper attached belowAuthenticity guaranteed. This is your chance to own a rare, top quality Dakotaraptor steini tooth.  Note - A gem jar will be included as photographed. A very rare Hell Creek Fm. raptor tooth!

    DR01        SIZE: 7/8"

    Note - Adding 19 new Acheroraptor & Dakotaraptor teeth in March 2021      Link to Raptor (Dromaeosaur) catalog.

    Learn More
View as Grid List

Items 25-25 of 25

Page
Set Ascending Direction
per page