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PTEROSAUR TOOTH - CRETACEOUS, MOROCCO.
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PTEROSAUR TOOTH - CRETACEOUS, MOROCCO.


Family : Ornithocheiridae.

Long pointed tapering tooth from a very large Pterosaur. These would have been used for grabbing fish in flight. The commonest species described is Coloborhynchus moroccensis Mader & Kellner 1999.

Cretaceous, Albian / Cenomanian, Tegana Formation.
Hamada du Guir, Kem Kem Basin, south of Taouz, Morocco..

Tooth : 3 cm long. 




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