Carcarodontosaurus Teeth

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Carcharodontosaurus Teeth

These Carcharodontosaurus teeth are incredible triangular, highly serrated fossilised teeth which somewhat resemble those of a great white shark.

The name Carcharodontosaurus means shark reptile or sharp tooth reptile. This animal, sometimes known as the African T. rex, was truly enormous in real life, being one of the largest carnivores ever to walk the Earth.

Carcharodontosaurus was also notable for living alongside the equally large Spinosaurus, which some evidence suggests it may even have hunted on occasion.

Age: 70 Million Years Old, Cretaceous

Location: Morocco