Front tooth of ± 8,1 x 3 x 1,9 (thickness) cms, perfectly preserved on both sides. Its widely used tip indicates that it belonged to an adult specimen and still retains part of the matrix.
The Spinosaurus (scientific name Spinosaurus, from the Greek for "reptile spine") was a dinosaur
Megalosauroid theropod that inhabited North Africa in the middle of the Cretaceous (between 95 and 93 million years ago).
It was found in Niger, Egypt and Morocco.
Spinosaurus belonged to the family Spinosauridae and was closely related to Baryonyx, Suchomimus and Irritator.
Upper Cretaceous, Cenomanian Tegana Formation
Kem Kem, Near Taouz, Morocco