Dromaeosaurus albertensis tooth

Beautiful tooth of a raptor from the Hell Creek Formation. Dromaeosaurus is a carnivorous theropod that lived in the late Cretaceous in the area of ​​present-day North America. The Dromaeosaurus was about two feet long. He walked on its hind legs, had feathers and were warm-blooded. His skull was very solidly built to bite powerful with its long teeth. So he drove on rather large prey. That he could kill with a sickle claw that he wore pulled his foot. Pretty special and rare tooth in very good condition.
Dromaeosaurus albertensis
Late Cretaceous (66 mil y)
Hell Creek Formation, South Dakota, USA
23 mm - 0.9"
Very good

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