Rebbachiosaurus garasbae, tooth pair

This item has 2 teeth. 1 unworn tooth and 1 worn tooth.

Rebbachisaurus(pronounced re-BASH-eh-SAWR-us ) Rebbachisaurus (meaning "Rebbach-territory {in Morocco} lizard") was a large, diplodocid sauropod dinosaur from the early Cretaceous period, about 113 to 97.5 million years ago. This quadrupedal plant-eater had a whip-like tail, a long neck, a small head, clawed hind legs, a high-arched back, and a bulky body. It may have had a sail on its back. Rebbachisaurus was about 68 ft (20 m) long. Fossils have been found in Morocco and Niger, Africa. The type species is R. garasbae. Rebbachisaurus was named by Lavocat in 1954. 



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Rebbachiosaurus garasbae, tooth pair 

resin
2 inches
Item 907 

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

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