Great Preservation Anhanguera Pterosaur Tooth

This is a wonderfully preserved Pterosaur tooth with great enamel and a fine tip. It's 1.11 inches in length (straight line) and comes from the species Anhanguera sp. It was collected from the Tegana formation of Morcocco that is famous for producing many dinosaur species including Spinosaurus and Carcharodontosaurus.

Anhanguera was not a "true" dinosaur, but rather a pterosaur (flying reptile). It was one of the larger pterosaurs of the Cretaceous period with a maximum wing span of about 15 feet. It primarily ate fish, which I used it's sharp needle like teeth to hold onto.
DETAILS
SPECIES
Anhanguera
LOCATION
Taouz, Kem Kem Basin, Morocco
FORMATION
Tegana Formation
SIZE
1.11"
ITEM
#1318
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