Neoceratosaurus premax tooth
Very rare all-natural undescribed Neoceratosaurus premax tooth from the Middle Jurassic layers of Madagascar. This type of small theropod tooth is currently being studied and might belong to a complete new theropod species. The shape and serrations are very close to the Ceratosaurus. So far it is listed as a new Neoceratosaurus species. The tooth is in good condition and completely original in the condition as found.
Middle Jurassic (168 - 166 mil y)
Isalo IIIb, Mahajanga basin, Madagascar
21 mm - 0.82"