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Spinosaurus Toe

Age - 99 / 93 Million Years Old - Cretaceous Era

Species - Spinosaurus

Specimen - Toe Bone

Discovered - Kem Kem, Morocco - Tegana Formation2

Measures 3'


The Spinosaurus Toe is a fossilized bone from a Spinosaurus dinosaur, which lived during the Cretaceous Era about 99 to 93 million years ago. This specimen, specifically a toe bone, was discovered in Kem Kem, Morocco within the Tegana Formation.


Spinosaurus is a large dinosaur species that lived approximately 112 million to 97 million years ago during the Cretaceous period. It is one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs known, with estimates putting its length at approximately 50-60 feet (15-18 meters). Spinosaurus was characterized by its unique spinal sail, made up of elongated spinal bones that formed a large hump on its back. This structure was likely used for display or regulating body temperature. The dinosaur also had powerful jaws and teeth adapted for hunting and eating fish, making it the first dinosaur known to have a primarily aquatic lifestyle. Despite its formidable size and adaptations, Spinosaurus remains one of the least understood dinosaurs due to the scarcity of complete fossil specimens.

Spinosaurus Toe

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