Pterosaur Teeth Siroccopteryx moroccensis. The ancient Flying reptile whose fossils are on this page, belong to the species of Pterosaur called Siroccopteryx moroccensis, which at present is the only know species to be accounted for in the Moroccan Sahara sediments, it normally preyed on fish and small to medium reptiles or whatever it could get its teeth into! So not surprising, as they are very old please expect some wear and tear and a bit of enamel loss/and odd repair, some of these teeth here are almost perfect however, especially the little small teeth. Found: South of Taouz, Moroccan Sahara. 96 Million Years old, Cretaceous age. Only Recently classified in 1999, this pterosaur had an estimated wing span of some 20 feet. Anhanguerid type. These teeth are known to be primarily used for catching fishes and smaller creatures/insects. Siroccopteryx is the only named species so far to come out of Morocco. Quality and very good value for money, these teeth are displayed in a large size gift box and labelled with info. They have soft material padding to protect them (and during transit) and a printed colour label. At the most affordable prices too!