Cretaceous ( 72.1 - 66 mil y.) - Oued Zem, Morocco
These large meat eaters roamed the wild seas at the end of the cretaceous on many places in the world. They were among a select club of top predators. Members of the Plesiosaur family had the longest neck of these predators.
Nice to know is that local workers in the quarries in Morocco call these fossils 'tooth of the Giraf' - because of the long neck these animals had.
Complete tooth with perfect enamel, very nice color and part of the root.
Size: 5.5 cm
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