Trematochampsid Croc Jaw
Age: Middle Cretaceous
Location: Kem Kem, Taouz, Morocco
Size: Jaw is 3.35 inches long
This is a very rare vertebrate fossil. It is large section of a Trematochampsid Crocodile jaw from the Cretaceous of Morocco. This extinct Croc jaw still has two pointed teeth retained in the jaw - one is very well preserved. Both teeth are natural to the jaw - they have not been placed. And the larger tooth has serrations preserved - extremely rare! The jaw bone is also very detailed and well fossilized. This is an impressive fossil from an extinct Trematochampsid Crocodile.
This fossil was collected and obtained legally, and is also being sold legally.
A Certificate of Authenticity from EXTINCTIONS is included with this specimen.