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An EXTRA LARGE, rare Top Quality Camarasaurus tooth, a late Jurassic sauropod tooth from the Morrison Fm. A January Fossil of the Month. Camarasaurus had robust spoon shaped teeth to tear tough vegetation. A rare rooted tooth. The enamel is highest quality. Great rich dark brown color. Excellent enamel articulation. One crack stabilized. No repair or restoration. Legally collected on private land in the Morrison Fm., Red Canyon Ranch, Greybull, Wyoming. Authenticity guaranteed.  Note - a Riker display frame is included.

DL18         SIZE: 3-1/16"   (15/16" wide)

Note - Adding 5 Jurassic dinosaur teeth in January 2024.    Link to Sauropod teeth

Camarasaurus is the most common sauropod of the late Jurassic period in the western US. This monster reached lengths of approximately 49-75 feet and reached weights approaching 50 tons. Their teeth are shaped like spoons to tear vegetation. A must have item for Jurassic 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.