Carcharodontosaurus saharicus Tooth 31 mm in a good stable fossilised condition. The tooth from a dinosaur which terrorised the mid-Cretaceous of Gondwana land, now North Africa. Discovered in the premier North African dinosaur fossil collecting zone, from the stable of Kem Kem where many highly important and major discoveries in the field of dinosaur palaeontology have been uncovered. The Kem Kem or Tegana formation having preserved many good vertebrate archosaur remains.
Condition report; exhibits some enamel wear to the lingual and labial face. Retaining good serrations to the mesial and distal curvatures, slight crown-tip dinosaur life wear to the enamel. The caramel colour enamel exhibits a glossy sheen across the whole tooth. A classic sabre shaped cutting tooth, once able to rip through flesh achieving mortal wounds which could slow down other large dinosaurs. Once felled Carcharodontosaur could have been skilled enough to dissect carcasses with surgical precision.