Borealosuchus Crocodile Tooth
Formation: Green River Formation
Location: Kemmerer, Wyoming
Size: Tooth is 1.6 inches long
Here is an extremely rare fossil. This is a very large Borealosuchus (Crocodile) Tooth from the famous fossil fish beds of Wyoming. The tooth is quite 3-dimensional and exhibits great detail. The shiny, corrugated enamel of the tooth is beautifully preserved, and the pointed tip of the tooth exhibits hardly any wear. The dark brown tooth contrasts wonderfully with the cream-colored matrix. The fossil is well centered on the squared plate of shale. And at 1.6 inches long, it is a very large fossil Croc tooth. This is a top quality specimen of a rare Borealosuchus Crocodile Tooth from the Green River Formation.
This fossil was collected and obtained legally, and is also being sold legally.
A Certificate of Authenticity from EXTINCTIONS is included with this specimen.