Mesosaur Tooth, 100 Million Years Old

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Fossil Tooth from a Mesosaur, with seven large & three small teeth, set into a rock matrix with bone jawline.

Liodon anceps species, Cretaceous period, around 100 Million Years Old.


For a re-creation of the beast, have a look at this Discovery Channel re-creation.





The Mosasaur was a large marine reptile, air breathing & used its tail for propulsion. They probably relied on ambush predation, much like a crocodile, and they are known to have eaten ammonites - the shells of which sometimes show the distinct line of a Mosasaur's teeth puncturing through as the result of a savage bite. They were the dominant predator of the Cretacious seas.

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