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-Tooth Size: 1&15/16"
-Species: Spinosaurus aegyptiacus
("Spine Lizard of Egypt")
-Notes: A well-preserved and completely natural tooth. (It has not been painted or stained, allowing for the most natural appearance possible). Comes displayed in a glass-covered display box (5&1/2"L x 4&1/2"W x 7/8"H). Acrylic stand, not included.
-Age: Cretaceous Period, 112-90 million years ago
-Location: Tegana Formation - Kem Kem, Morocco
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A squishy tardigrade! Melt all of your cares away by attempting to squeeze the life out of these virtually indestructible, microscopic animals! 4-1/2” long Takes over 9 seconds to pop back into shape
-Size: This figure measures approximately 12″ long by 5″ tall boasting 26 points of articulation and includes display base, posing rod w/ two support options, and interchangeable closed running toes. The only Pyroraptor specimen consists of incomplete remains including distinctive foot claws, fossilized teeth, arm and back bones. It gets...