This listing is for the EXACT TOOTH shown in the photos above! It measures 2.5 cm from end to end.
Majungasaurus was a carnivorous theropod dinosaur that lived in what is now Madagascar, measuring around 20 feet (6 meters) in length. Its serrated teeth, ideal for slicing through prey, made it a dominant predator akin to the renowned Tyrannosaurus rex. Notably, fossil evidence suggests that Majungasaurus might have occasionally engaged in cannibalism. These discoveries are crucial for paleontologists as they illuminate the complex interactions and behaviors of dinosaurs during that era.
This listing is for the exact tooth shown above. It has minor repairs and restoration, which is visible in the photos. Display case is included!