Two Mosasaur teeth and vertebrae in Composite Liodon. These Mosasaur bones date back to the Cretaceous period, making them approximately 100 million years old.
Mosasaurs lived in the Earth’s oceans, and in today’s world their fossils can be found in Cretaceous rock units on all continents. This specimen was found near the town of Khouribga, Morocco.
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110x80x50mm, 400g approx