This Hadrosaur tooth is a fascinating somewhat hexagonal tooth which belonged to a member of the plant-eating group of dinosaurs commonly known as "duck-bills"
This hadrosaur tooth was found in the Judith River Formation in Montana, which has yielded numerous species of these wonderous animals.
Hardosaur teeth are perhaps most famous for their possession of hundreds of teeth arranged into a self sharpening dental battery, which they could use to chew their food with a level of efficiency unmatched by any other dinosaur.
Age: 80 Million Years Old, Cretaceous
Location: Montana, USA