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THE TOOTH OF A TYRANNOSAURUS REX

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Estimate:

2,000

to
- 3,000 USD

THE TOOTH OF A TYRANNOSAURUS REX

THE TOOTH OF A TYRANNOSAURUS REX

Estimate:

2,000

to
- 3,000 USD

Lot sold:

20,000

USD

THE TOOTH OF A TYRANNOSAURUS REX

SOUTH DAKOTA, USA. FROM THE HELL CREEK FORMATION, MAASTRICHTIAN, LATE CRETACEOUS (68-66 MILLION YEARS AGO).


A finely preserved specimen measuring 5.6 cm in height, with perfect serrations. Presented in a custom case.


Tyrannosaurus Rex, (from the Latin Rex, meaning "king"), colloquially known as T-Rex, was one of the largest carnivores of all time. A theropod dinosaur belonging to the Tyrannosauridae family, it lived during the Maastrichtien stage of the late Cretaceous period, around 68-66 million years ago, in what is now western North America. 

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