-Found in the Hell Creek Formation in Montana, these Triceratops Teeth are from the late Cretaceous era of 68 to 66 million years ago. Triceratops, along with all known species of dinosaurs, continuously generated new teeth. Much like modern sharks, a single dinosaur could shed as many as 25,000 teeth in its lifetime.
-Dimensions: 6.25"L x 1"W x 8.5"H, Weight: 0.59 lb
-Product Material: Fossil
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Triceratops Tooth Fossil
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