Dromaeosaurus albertensis

DG10 BoP
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A RARE, Top Quality Dromaeosaurus albertensis (raptor) tooth from the Judith River Fm. of Montana. An August Fossil of the Month. This tooth is 3/8" which is a typical size. The enamel is excellent with a great brown color. This species is known for large posterior serrations that will turn upwards. Excellent large posterior (distal) and small anterior (mesial) serrations. No cracks. No repair. Legally collected on private land in the Judith River Fm., Wheatstone Co., Montana. Authenticity guaranteed. This is your chance to own a rare, top quality Dromaeosaurus albertensis tooth.  Note - A gem jar will be included as photographed.

DG10 BoP       SIZE: 3/8"

Note - Adding 2 new Dromaeosaurus teeth in August 2022      Link to Raptor (Dromaeosaur) catalog.

Dromaeosaurs were the dominant raptor of the upper Cretaceous period in North America. This theropod was rather small at ~6 feet, but made up for its size with a large mouth full of serrated teeth. Like the other raptors they possessed a large "sickle" claw on each foot. It 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, Judith River Fm. (or equivalent), 76 MYA.

Dromaeosaurus  albertensis, “Runner Lizard”, is a medium sized raptor in the Judith River Fm. It is is the larger dromaeosaurid raptor present in the Judith River Fm.