Siroccopterix moroccensis

39,00 €
SKU: FAR35
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Pterosaur frontal tooth, also called Coloborhynchus moroccensis, intact on both sides of ± 4,1 cm long.It is delivered with box.

The pterosaur (from the Greek ptero, 'wing', sauros, 'lizard') was a flying reptile, not a dinosaur.
It existed during the Mesozoic era, which began some 230 million years ago, up to 65 million years ago.
There were about 60 different types and they did not have feathers. The wings were thin membranes of skin, similar to those of bats, which extended
along the sides of the body from the knees to the arms. They were held to the fourth finger of each hand, which was very long.

 

 

 

Cretaceous, Baharija Formation

 

 


East of Taouz, Kem-Kem, Morocco