Camarasaurus Dinosaur Tooth with Root (092820b)


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Camarasaurus Dinosaur Tooth with Root (092820b)

  • Name:  Camarasaurus  Dinosaur Tooth with Root (Sauropod/Plant Eater)
  • Age: Jurassic Age -140 million yrs
  • Formation: Morrison Formation
  • Location: Private Land located in Dinosaur Colorado
  • Length is 3&15/16 inches  (Bone core to tooth root is visible)
  • The Rock/Dirt the tooth was found in is soft, so we soaked it in a penetrant hardener in order to use it as a natural base for the tooth. The tooth is has been completely cleaned of rock, and is free of the rock and can be removed for show and examination
  • Camarasaurus is among the most common and frequently well-preserved sauropod dinosaurs uncovered. The maximum size of the most common species was (49 ft) in length. The largest species, C. supremus, reached (75 ft).  The arched skull of Camarasaurus was remarkably square, with a blunt snout. The  teeth were shaped like chisels  and arranged evenly along the jaw. The strength of the teeth indicates that Camarasaurus probably ate coarser plant material than the slender-toothed diplodocids.
  • Super Large & Super Impressive Specimen with root from one of the Jurassic Giants
  • Museum Specimen Grade 10+
  • Specimen will come with stand, COA, and FREE USA Shipping 
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    Price is $1800.00

Additional information

Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 12 × 12 × 9 in