Edmontosaurus, tooth with root

Edmontosaurus was a large bipedal plant-eating dinosaur found in western North America. It belonged to a group of the "duckbilled or hadrosaur dinosaurs", characterized by a particular denture formed by batteries of hundreds of small lozenge teeth for pulverizing the tough plant food. They were up to 39 feet long and 16 feet tall. They lived during the late Cretaceous. 



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Edmontosaurus, tooth with root 

resin
3 inches long
Item 547 

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

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