Collected from the famous Hell Creek Formation of Northwestern U.S.A., this is the finest example of a dinosaur tooth from the newly famous dinosaur Thescelosaurus neglectus. This is a rare tooth because of the preservation of the UNWORN crown and the fact a complete root is attached. This means it is not a "spit tooth" and was in the dinosaur's jaw when it died. All enamel is intact with a natural glossy sheen and is a dark espresso brown. This is a top grade tooth from a dinosaur that is rarely found present in fossil collections!
Makes for a unique addition to any dinosaur fossil collection as this dinosaur has caused an enormous amount of controversy lately. The recent discovery of a Thescelosaurus with a fossilized four-chambered heart similar to warm-blooded creatures, has turned the scientific community upside down!
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