Acrocanthosaurus atokensis Tooth – 3.75 in (9.5 cm) – Display Replica ( BHI #126396 )
Acrocanthosaurus atokensis Tooth – 3.75 in (9.5 cm) – Display Replica
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This tooth shows the fine serrations that set the Acrocanthosaurus apart from other theropods. Unlike the massive banana shaped teeth of T. rex, used for crushing or breaking bone, the Acro’s large, thin, teeth were most likely used for shredding and tearing meat from the bones of its kill.
It would be next to impossible to acquire a real Acrocanthosaurus tooth from this monster, so our high quality replica is a must for the tooth collector!
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|Age||Early Cretaceous [~110 MYA]|
|Locality||Antlers Formation, McCurtain County, Oklahoma, USA|
|Credit||The original skull and skeleton was prepared by Black Hills Institute and is now on display at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh, NC, USA.|
|Notes||Please contact us for production time and delivery.70|
|Size||3.75” l (9.5 cm)|
|Catalog PDF||Available in pdf section|