This is a pendant featuring an authentic tooth of the massive, theropod (meat-eating) dinosaur Spinosaurus. It’s a small tooth about 1.4" long and would have come from a juvenile of the species. These smaller, isolated Spinosaurus teeth are relatively common fossils in the Kem Kem Beds near Taouz, Morocco. Spinosaurus like other dinosaurs and sharks shed it’s teeth pretty frequently as it grew or they became worn. It also had quite the mouthful of teeth and must have been a pretty abundant dinosaur because it left a lot of teeth in the fossil record.
If there’s one thing Tooth doesn’t let anyone mess up with, it is her Teeth. Memories are not something to play with, so when our Winter Spirit tries to take a look inside the toothboxes, and thus violating Bunny’s and North’s privacy, the female Guardian gets VERY serious.
My tooth collection, including all 400-ish shark teeth I collected at Casperson Beach over the years, my favorite teeny-tiny shark teefs, and of course my intact wisdom teeth, which started my obsession with teeth in the first place
A very interesting T-rex tooth from the Hell Creek Formation of South Dakota showing a rare double wear facet where the premaxillary teeth above were rubbing against it. This tooth would have been in the right dentary #1 or #2 position of the jaw. Really a cool specimen.