Tyrannosaurus rex Serrated Tooth Necklace

Like many carnivores dinosaurs T-rex often broke or shed its teeth while
feeding. Over time a new tooth would grow from the old tooth socket.
Thus T-rex had a variety of sizes of teeth, from only 1 inch above the
gum line to 11 inches including the root. T-rex was up to 18.5 feet tall, 50
feet long, & weighed up to 6 tons. They were the dominant predator of
the Cretaceous Age which ended about 65 million years ago. Note the
fine serrations.

The tooth comes on a fine soft nylon cord.

Search item #149 for tooth without cord. 

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Tyrannosaurus rex Serrated Tooth Necklace 

2.5 inches long
Item 409 

Category: Jewelry
Type: Teeth
Phylum: Vertebrates
Class: Dinosaurs


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