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1.8 cm long light-coloured tooth of the Triceratops

1.8 cm long light-coloured tooth of the Triceratops

1.8 cm long light-coloured tooth of the Triceratops


The 1.8 cm long and light-coloured fossilised tooth of Triceratops from the Hell Creek Formation in South Dakota/USA is in a beautiful state of preservation. The Triceratops (three-horned face) from the Ceratopidae family is one of the best-known herbivorous dinosaurs. It is characterised by its massive neck shield and its two long horns above the eyes, as well as the smaller nasal horn. The Triceratops reached a length of up to 9 metres and a shoulder height of 3.5 metres. It reached a weight of up to 12 tonnes. Its sharp-edged beak was ideal for plucking grasses. The teeth were arranged in rows and were located at the back of the jaw. They were replaced by the following teeth as they wore down.


Species:      Triceratops horridus (Family: Ceratopsidae; Subfamily: Chasmosaurinae)
Age:             ca. 72 - 66 millionen years (Upper Cretaceous - Maastrichtian)
Location:    Hell-Creek-Formation /South Dakota/USA
Weight:       1 g
Condition:  100% genuine and natural, no repairs and no restorations

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  • 69.00€
  • Ex Tax: 57.98€