A Carcharodontosaurid dinosaur tooth from a newly discovered site in Talsint, located in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco.
No dinosaurs have been formally described from this area as of yet, however it contains both Cretaceous and Jurassic sites. The Cretaceous outcrops have a fauna similar to that of the Kem Kem Beds 500km to the south and are thought to be roughly the same age. Unlike their Kem Kem counterparts, fossils from this region are much harder to come by and hence more expensive. However this tooth ought to make an interesting addition to someone's collection!
This is a nice tooth resting on a chunk of matrix. It has good enamel/serrations and features two neat repairs.