Deinonychus Tooth in Matrix

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Deinonychus Tooth in Matrix

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DINOSAUR TOOTH

Deinonychus sp.

Cloverly Formation, Montana

Cretaceous 105 Million Years Old

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Description

DINOSAUR TOOTH IN NATURAL MATRIX

Deinonychus sp (Rare tooth)

Matrix (host rock) measures 1-3/4″ x 1-5/8″

Tooth measures 5/8″ along curve

Four images showing specimen in membrane case (included) , rear view of classic gray mudstone Cloverly matrix, and 2 front views

 

Deinonychus Raptor

Deinonychus, which means “terrible claw”, is a genus of dromaeosaurid theropod dinosaur.  It grew up to lengths of about 11 feet. Although its smaller cousin Velociraptor was featured in the Jurassic Park movies, the actual size of the movie creature was closer to Deinonychus size.

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