With an exceptional selection of Spinosaurus aegyptiacus dinosaur teeth available to buy at The Fossil Store and like the Spinosaur tooth photographed in the image above they're all remarkably preserved to the highest standards and these prestigious specimens originate from the famous-classic dinosaur fossil site commonly known as the horizon of the Continental intercalate; the continental 'Red Beds', referred to as the Tegana formation, province 'De Ksar-es-Souk', Kem Kem, formation or sequence, near the southeastern enclave of Arfoud, in the province of Er-Rachidia, Morocco. This is a region of the Northern Sahara desert of North Western Africa.
The tooth hails from the greatest age of the dinosaurs which is in the Mesozoic era, the period of time is the Cretaceous period and this is the time period which ended the dinosaurs reign. The fossil dinosaur tooth was discovered in the Cenomanian, 112 to 93 million years ago and Turonian stages 93 to 89 mya. The sediments the tooth was discovered within straddled both these stages of the Cretaceous age.
To find Spinosaurus teeth of this calibre as seen in the photograph above is extremely rare. Many dinosaur teeth of this quality are becoming more difficult to locate and when they do become available, they usually sell to collectors on a waiting list. We offer certificates of authenticity with every specimen, so when browsing our Spinosaurus selections below you can do so with comfort.