.9" Fossil Iguanodontid Tooth - England

This is the tooth from an unidentified Iguanodontid that may have roamed Belgium, England, Spain and Germany. It was collected from the Isle of Wight in England and is .9" long with a repaired crack between the crown and root. This tooth is believed to be a "spat" tooth, which is a tooth shed by the dinosaur while it was living. British dinosaur material is extremely hard to come by and this is a fantastic collector piece.

Comes with an acrylic display case.



Mantellisaurus is a genus of dinosaur formerly known as Iguanodon atherfieldensis that lived in the Barremian and early Aptian ages of the Early Cretaceous Period of Europe. Mantellisaurus was a lightly constructed iguanodont. Compared to Iguanodon bernissartensis, Mantellisaurus was smaller, estimated at 0.75 tons in weight.
FOR SALE
$1,075
DETAILS
SPECIES
Unidentified Iguanodontid
LOCATION
Isle of Wight, England
FORMATION
Wessex Formation
SIZE
.9" long (including root)
CATEGORY
SUB CATEGORY
ITEM
#206560
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