DescriptionDINOSAUR BOTTOM JAW END PIECE
Cretaceous, Albian stage
Kem-Kem Basin, South of Taouz, K'Sar es Souk Province, Morocco
It is generally accepted that the Spinosaurus was the largest of all carnivores. They are immediately familiar from the sail-like structure formed by extensions from their vertebrae. Whether these protrusions were covered with muscle or simply skin is a matter of some debate. This is the tip of the lower jaw and boasts three good teeth; on the jaw itself one can still see the holes where veins and arteries went through the bone. It measures 6 x 7½ x 2¼ inches.
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