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Prognathodon giganteus Mosasaur Tooth Cretaceous

Prognathodon giganteus. Dating circa 65 million years old and is a rare specimen from a marine lizard. It has been repaired and has slight damage. This is a rare mosasaur tooth that is not seen on the web very often. It is a lovely caramel colour and has shiny enamel with typical recurved shape. The scale is shown in (cm). Ideal for display and study. It comes from the Maastrichtian age Phosphate Deposits of Benguerir, Marrakech, Morocco, Africa. Supplied with label. Priced at £8. Quote ref No. MRAF 736 

Platycarpus ptychodon Mosasaur Tooth Cretaceous

Platycarpus ptychodon. Dating circa 65 million years old and is a great quality specimen from a marine lizard. This is a rare mosasaur tooth that is not seen on the web very often. It is a lovely caramel colour and has shiny enamel with lovely vertical striations. The scale is shown in (cm). Ideal for display and study. It comes from the Maastrichtian age Phosphate Deposits of Benguerir, Marrakech, Morocco, Africa. Supplied with label and in an attractive display box. Priced at £6. Quote ref No. MRAF 737

Platycarpus ptychodon Mosasaur Tooth Cretaceous

Platycarpus ptychodon. Dating circa 65 million years old and is a great quality specimen from a marine lizard. This is a rare mosasaur tooth that is not seen on the web very often. It is a lovely caramel colour and has shiny enamel with lovely vertical striations. The scale is shown in (cm). Ideal for display and study. It comes from the Maastrichtian age Phosphate Deposits of Benguerir, Marrakech, Morocco, Africa. Supplied with label and in an attractive display box. Priced at £6. Quote ref No. MRAF 738

Mosasaurus (Liodon) anceps Mosasaur Tooth Cretaceous

Mosasaurus (Liodon) anceps. Dating circa 65 million years old and is a beautiful quality specimen from a marine lizard. This is a rare mosasaur tooth that is not seen on the web very often. It is a lovely caramel colour and has shiny enamel. The scale is shown in (cm). Ideal for display and study. It comes from the Maastrichtian age Phosphate Deposits of Benguerir, Marrakech, Morocco, Africa. Supplied with label and in an attractive display box. Priced at £6. Quote ref No. MRAF 739   

Palaeolophis Sea Snake Vertebra Cretaceous

Palaeolophis sp. An absolutely gorgeous huge vertebra which is near complete. The scale is shown in (cm). It comes from the Upper Cretaceous of Taouz, Morocco, Africa and dates circa 70 million years old. An excellent display piece showing cream/white colouration. Supplied labeled. Priced at £6. Quote Ref No. MRAF 720

Halisaurus Mosasaur Tooth Cretaceous

Halisaurus sp. Dating circa 65 million years old and is a beautiful quality specimen from a marine lizard. This is a rare mosasaur tooth that is not seen on the web very often. It is a lovely caramel colour and has shiny enamel with typical vertical striations. The scale is shown in (cm). Ideal for display and study. It comes from the Maastrichtian age Phosphate Deposits of Benguerir, Marrakech, Morocco, Africa. Supplied with label and in an attractive display box. Priced at £5. Quote ref No. MRAF 718   

Halisaurus Mosasaur Tooth Cretaceous

Halisaurus sp. This example is 4 million years older than the typical (yellow/cream coloured types) found in the Upper Maastrictian. It comes from the Ganntour Phosphate Deposit, Lower Maastrichtian, Upper Cretaceous of  Bekrit near Timhadit, Middle Atlas, Morocco, Africa and dates circa 69 million years old. It is complete but has been repaired near the tip. The scale is shown in (cm). A very nice size for study and display and a great buy at just £12. Supplied with label and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref No. MRAF 721

Halisaurus Mosasaur Tooth Cretaceous

Halisaurus sp. This example is 4 million years older than the typical (yellow/cream coloured types) found in the Upper Maastrictian. It comes from the Ganntour Phosphate Deposit, Lower Maastrichtian, Upper Cretaceous of  Bekrit near Timhadit, Middle Atlas, Morocco, Africa and dates circa 69 million years old. The scale is shown in (cm). A very nice size for study and display and a great buy at just £12. Supplied with label and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref No. MRAF 717

Zarafasaura oceanis Plesiosaur Tooth Cretaceous

Zarafasaura oceanis. This very rare species of plesiosaur is unknown in the 4 million year older (yellow/cream coloured layers) found in the Upper Maastrictian. It comes from the Ganntour Phosphate Deposit, Lower Maastrichtian, Upper Cretaceous of  Bekrit near Timhadit, Middle Atlas, Morocco, Africa and dates circa 69 million years old. The scale is shown in (cm). A very nice size for study and display and a great buy at just £29. Supplied with label and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref No. MRAF 711

Mosasaurus (Liodon) anceps Tooth Cretcaeous

Mosasaurus (Liodon) anceps. This example is 4 million years older than the typical (yellow/cream coloured types) found in the Upper Maastrictian. It comes from the Ganntour Phosphate Deposit, Lower Maastrichtian, Upper Cretaceous of  Bekrit near Timhadit, Middle Atlas, Morocco, Africa and dates circa 69 million years old. The scale is shown in (cm). A very nice size for study and display and a great buy at just £8. Supplied with label and in an attractive display box. SOLD. Quote Ref No. MRAF 713

Mosasaurus (Liodon) anceps Mosasaur Tooth Cretaceous

Mosasaurus (Liodon) anceps. Dating circa 65 million years old and is a beautiful quality specimen from a marine lizard. This is a rare mosasaur tooth that is not seen on the web very often. It is a lovely caramel colour and has shiny enamel. The scale is shown in (cm). Ideal for display and study. It comes from the Maastrichtian age Phosphate Deposits of Benguerir, Marrakech, Morocco, Africa. Supplied with label and in an attractive display box. Priced at £8. Quote ref No. MRAF 715

Globidens aegypticus Mosasaur Tooth Cretaceous

Globidens aegypticus. Dating circa 65 million years old from the Upper Cretaceous, Phosphate Beds, Khourigba, Morocco, Africa. This lateral tooth comes from one of the rarest and strangest mosasaurs that ever lived. This beast had totally different teeth to traditional mosasaurs, using them to crush sea shells and crustaceans on the sea bottom. The scale is shown in (cm). It has a beautiful textured dome shaped surface with wonderful colouration. A very nice size for display and a great buy at just £15. Supplied with label and in an attractive display box. Quote ref. No. MRAF 707

Globidens aegypticus Mosasaur Tooth Cretaceous

Globidens aegypticus. Dating circa 65 million years old from the Upper Cretaceous, Phosphate Beds, Khourigba, Morocco, Africa. This lateral tooth comes from one of the rarest and strangest mosasaurs that ever lived. This beast had totally different teeth to traditional mosasaurs, using them to crush sea shells and crustaceans on the sea bottom. The scale is shown in (cm). It has a beautiful textured dome shaped surface with wonderful colouration. A very nice size for display and a great buy at just £15. Supplied with label and in an attractive display box. Quote ref. No. MRAF 708

Globidens aegypticus Mosasaur Tooth Cretaceous

Globidens aegypticus. Dating circa 65 million years old from the Upper Cretaceous, Phosphate Beds, Khourigba, Morocco, Africa. This lateral tooth comes from one of the rarest and strangest mosasaurs that ever lived. This beast had totally different teeth to traditional mosasaurs, using them to crush sea shells and crustaceans on the sea bottom. The scale is shown in (cm). It has a beautiful textured dome shaped surface with wonderful colouration. A very nice size for display and a great buy at just £15. Supplied with label and in an attractive display box. Quote ref. No. MRAF 709

Mosasaurus (Liodon) anceps Tooth Cretaceous

Mosasaurus (Liodon) anceps. This example is 4 million years older than the typical (yellow/cream coloured types) found in the Upper Maastrictian. A fair example but with slight damage. It comes from the Ganntour Phosphate Deposit, Lower Maastrichtian, Upper Cretaceous of  Bekrit near Timhadit, Middle Atlas, Morocco, Africa and dates circa 69 million years old. The scale is shown in (cm). A very nice size for study and display and a great buy at just £8. Supplied with label and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref No. MRAF 710

Plesiosaurus mauritaricus Plesiosaur Tooth Cretaceous

Plesiosaurus mauritaricus. Dating circa 65 million years old and is a beautiful quality specimen from a long-necked plesiosaur. This is a very large and rare tooth that is not seen on the web very often. It is a lovely caramel colour and has shiny enamel but has been repaired as seen. There are also several fish vertebrae exposed on the matrix. It measures 48mm in height and exhibits shiney enamel. Ideal for display/study. It comes from the Maastrichtian age Phosphate Deposits of Benguerir, Morocco, Africa. Supplied with label. Priced at £29. Quote ref No. MRAF 694

Plesiosaurus mauritaricus Plesiosaur Tooth Cretaceous

Plesiosaurus mauritaricus. Dating circa 65 million years old and is a beautiful quality specimen from a long-necked plesiosaur. This is a very large and rare tooth that is not seen on the web very often. It is a lovely caramel colour and has shiny enamel but has been repaired as seen. There are also sevarl other vertebrate fossils exposed on the matrix. It measures 60mm in height and exhibits shiney enamel. Ideal for display/study. It comes from the Maastrichtian age Phosphate Deposits of Benguerir, Morocco, Africa. Supplied with label and in an attractive display box. Priced at £29. Quote ref No. MRAF 695

Plesiosaurus mauritaricus Plesiosaur vertebra Cretaceous

Plesiosaurus mauritaricus. Dating circa 65 million years old and is a lovely specimen (despite some fractures and damage) from a long-necked plesiosaur. This is a very large and rare vertebra that is not seen on the web very often. It is a lovely cream colour and is an undistorted 3D. It measures 68mm in diameter. Ideal for display. It comes from the Maastrichtian age Phosphate Deposits of Benguerir, Marrakech, Morocco, Africa. Priced at £22. Quote ref No. MRAF 699

Plesiosaurus mauritaricus Plesiosaur Vertebra Cretaceous

Plesiosaurus mauritaricus. Dating circa 65 million years old and is a lovely specimen (despite some fractures and damage) from a long-necked plesiosaur. This is a very large and rare vertebra that is not seen on the web very often. It is a lovely cream colour and is an undistorted 3D. It measures 80mm in diameter. Ideal for display. It comes from the Maastrichtian age Phosphate Deposits of Benguerir, Marrakech, Morocco, Africa. Priced at £22. Quote ref No. MRAF 700

Mosasaurus beaugei Tooth Cretaceous

Mosasaurus beaugei. Dating circa 65 million years old and is a beautiful quality specimen from a marine lizard. This is a rare mosasaur tooth that is not seen on the web very often. It is a lovely caramel colour and has shiny enamel with typical shape. The scale is shown in (cm). Ideal for display and study. It comes from the Maastrichtian age Phosphate Deposits of Benguerir, Marrakech, Morocco, Africa. Supplied with label and in an attractive display box. Priced at £6. Quote ref No. MRAF 684

Palaeolophis Sea Snake Vertebra Cretaceous

Palaeolophis sp. An absolutely gorgeous huge vertebra which is near complete. The scale is shown in (cm). It comes from the Upper Cretaceous of Taouz, Morocco, Africa and dates circa 70 million years old. An excellent display piece showing cream/white colouration. Supplied labeled. Priced at £6. Quote Ref No. MRAF 667

Plesiosaurus mauritaricus Plesiosaur Tooth Cretaceous

Plesiosaurus mauritaricus. Dating circa 65 million years old and is a beautiful quality specimen from a long-necked plesiosaur. This is a very large and rare tooth that is not seen on the web very often. It is a lovely caramel colour and has shiny enamel but has been repaired. The scale is shown in (cm). Ideal for display/study. It comes from the Maastrichtian Stage, Phosphate Deposits of Benguerir, Morocco, Africa. Supplied with label and in an attractive display box. Priced at £27. Quote ref No. MRAF 648

Halisaurus Mosasaur Tooth Cretaceous

Halisaurus sp. This example is 4 million years older than the typical (yellow/cream coloured types) found in the Upper Maastrictian. It comes from the Ganntour Phosphate Deposit, Lower Maastrichtian, Upper Cretaceous of  Bekrit near Timhadit, Middle Atlas, Morocco, Africa and dates circa 69 million years old. The scale is shown in (cm). A very nice size for study and display and a great buy at just £11. Supplied with label and in an attractive display box. Quote Ref No. MRAF 634