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Raptor Dromeosaur Dinosaur Tooth


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Raptors first appeared in the middle Jurassic Period (Bathonian stage, around 167 million years ago) and survived until the end of the Cretaceous [Maastrichtian stage, around 65.5 million years ago], existing for over 100 million years, up until the Cretaceous Paleogene extinction event. Surely proving there efficiency and dominance over their selected prey. The presence of Dromaeosaurus as early as the middle Jurassic has been confirmed by the discovery of Fossil Teeth.

Genus: Raptor; Dromeosaur Dinosaur.
Origin: Tegana formation of Kem Kem, Morocco, North Africa.
Age: Mesozoic era, late Cretaceous period, Cenomanian epoch, approximately 99 million years.

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A highly important Dromaeosaurus raptor tooth displaying superb quality with interesting mineral patterning over enamel and the archetypical sabre curve.

Dromaeosauridae is a family of bird-like Therapod Dinosaurs [bird hipped]. They were small to medium sized possibly feathered Carnivores that flourished the Cretaceous Period. Often referred to as Raptors, after the popular and emotive Velociraptor, name tag. The name Dromaeosauridae means Running Lizards, from the Greek dromeus meaning runner. Dromaeosaurid Fossils have been found in North African Fossil Beds of Kem Kem.

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Age Cretaceous
Origin Morocco
Colour No