Mosasaur Tooth From Phosphate Deposits - Khouribga, Morocco (118.3 grams)
Mosasaur teeth come in various sizes and from various species. This specimen is a large, finest grade fossil mosasaur tooth from a Mosasaurus beaugei. This species is the largest identified mosasaur species from the Oulad Abdoun Basin of Morocco and the largest of six species known in the Maastrichtian phosphates of the Ganntour Basin (Morocco). The tooth is complete and intact, fully embedded within the matrix.
LATE CRETACEOUS PERIOD: 73 - 65 million years ago
118.3 grams, 1.5 x 1 x 4.5 inches