A rooted Revueltosaurus tooth from the Bull Canyon Formation. Revueltosaurus was a primitive crocodile like animal, a dead-end offshoot of the line leading to crocodiles, and was originally thought to be a basal ornithopod dinosaur due to the shape of its teeth. This is a beautiful little tooth. Features one repair (the tooth was found split up the middle). Comes labelled and stored in an acrylic case with padding.
Size: 0.38 inch
Age: 205 Million Years
Locality: Quay County, New Mexico (Bull Canyon Formation)