Spinosaurus teeth The most popular of the Dinosaur teeth has to be the large Sail back dinosaur called Spinosaurus sp. All the fossils on this page were bought in from my supplier in Morocco with added identification attached to them by a local palaeontologist in the area. Illustrations by Nobu Tamura.
Nothing more to say here for these teeth as most people are aware of just what the Spinosaur is and what it might have looked like. If not, have a look at the beast in the picture above (by Nobu Tamura) to see the large sail backed dinosaur with teeth similar to crocodiles. These teeth are from 100-93 Million years old.
These are great fossils and very good value for money too. They are all repaired as is normal, unless otherwise noted. Spinosaur lived on fish and smaller reptiles and probably scavenged on other dinosaurs too as well as hunted for them, most likely solitary or part of small group. New evidence suggests that Spinosaurus could in a fashion, swim in water.