|Species||Onchopristis Numidus sp.|
|Cretaceous ≈ 112.5 -93.5 ma|
|Origin||Kem Kem, Taouz, Morocco|
Medium: 3.00-4.00 cm
Large: 4.00-5.00 cm
Very well preserved fossil tooth of Onchopristis Numidus.
The Onchoprystis Numidus, is closely related to the current sawfish but in much larger proportions, measuring about 10 meters in length and weighing about 2.5 tons.
This animal used to feed on fish that it hunted with the saw, and then crushed with its sharp teeth. It is thought that it was one of the favorite prey of the gigantic Spinosaurus.
Deposits: North America, North Africa, Brazil and New Zealand.
The piece you receive may differ slightly from the photo shown, as the fossils are natural and no piece is identical. The size is approximate.