These specimen teeth are not a composite fossil - they occurred naturally together and contain the mosasaur's original root structure. There are also some small bone, and tooth fragments in the phosphate matrix. The teeth are of large size with a professional repair in the back tooth section above the enamel line on the smaller tooth.
NOTE: Mosasaur teeth with real root structure are far more difficult to source than their composite cousins. We take pride in sourcing teeth that are natural with no reconstruction. If this is not the case, we make it very clear in our description
Matrix Dimensions: 153mm x 108mm
Teeth Dimensions: 145mm x 52mm (with root) and 103mm x 43mm (with root)
Age: Cretaceous 65 - 72 Million years
Genus: Liodon ancepsi
Location: Khouribga Province, Chaouia-Ouardigha region, Morocco.