Rebbachisaurus garasbae

SKU
M1285
In stock
$55.00
Overview

A Large, QUALITY Rebbachisaurus tooth from the Cretaceous Kem Kem deposits of Morocco. The only named herbivore dinosaur found in the Kem Kem basin, and they are quite scarce.  A big, wide tooth. Typical biting surface wear facet. Excellent condition and preservation. Enamel is nicely articulated. A few cracks that are stabile. No repair. No restoration. Authenticity guaranteed.

M1285    Size: 1-9/16"

Rebbachisaurus garasbae was a large sauropod dinosaur that lived during the middle Cretaceous in north Africa. It was a massive herbivore growing up to 66 feet in length and weighing up to 7 tons. Rebbachisaurus had a long-neck, a tall ridged back, and a long whiplike tail. Interestingly, the herbivore dinosaurs are quite scarce in the Kem Kem deposits of Morocco. It is the only named herbivore in the Kem Kem.

Rebbachisaurus, like other Diplodocoidea dinosaurs, had many round and narrow, peg-like teeth which would be used to grasp and rip vegetation. A limited amount of excellent quality tooth are available with all detail preserved. The biting surface is typically well pronounced with a wear facet. Middle Cretaceous age (Cenomanian stage), 96 MYA. Found in the Kem Kem basin, Morocco.

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Size1-9/16"
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