Tyrannosaurus rex Tooth with Split Carinae (2.13 inch)
A rare Tyrannosaurus rex tooth with split carinae (the mesial carina splits into a fork). Split carinae are rare on Hell Creek Tyrannosaur teeth, roughly 4% have this trait, and of them some only have minor splits with a few serrations. This tooth has a nice, large fork-like split. The tooth also features some excellent enamel, is missing its tip and is quite robust (1 inch wide).
Condition: Very Good
Size: 2.13 inches long, 1 inches wide
Age: 65 Million Years
Locality: Carter County, Montana (Hell Creek Formation)