Dinosaur fossils - Fascinating witnesses of a bygone era
Although they became extinct millions of years ago, the giants of prehistory continue to fascinate us today. The dinosaurs ruled the earth from about 235 million to about 66 million years ago (Mesozoic, Upper Triassic to Cretaceous - Paleogene boundary).
In this category you will find teeth of the largest predatory dinosaur living in the sea - Mosasaurus. Furthermore teeth of the Dromaeosaurus sp., the Onchopritis numidis and other fossil witnesses of the middle ages of the earth.
The world's largest sites for dinosaur fossils are in Morocco, especially in the Sahara Desert.