Two Teeth from Prehistoric African Predators
Majungasaurus atopus (Madagascar) and Giant Pterosaur (Morocco)
A tyrannosaurid tooth and a pterosaur tooth represent apex predators in two Late Cretaceous environments. Majungasaurus was the largest predator to stalk Madagascar, which was already an island in the Age of Dinosaurs. Extremely rare, the present horned tyrannosaurid tooth shows excellent serrations and a beautiful cream-colored patina. The accompanying dagger-like pterosaur tooth comes from the Sahara Desert, the Kem Kem Formation of Morocco. It is very large and complete. These giant flying reptiles' remains are found with other reptiles that hunted fish.
Tyrannosaurid tooth measures 1 3/4in; Pterosaur tooth measures 1 1/4in
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