Fossil Raptor Teeth
These are truly fascinating – fossilised Raptor teeth from between 71 and 75 million years ago. The genus is Deltadromeus agilis.
They make a great gift for any fossil collector, or dinosaur loving child – I’d bet even a few older children, too…
The higher grades of these teeth are very well preserved, and mostly complete – the root or top of the tooth is often missing, unfortunately – as seen in the photos. You should be able to make out serrations on the edge of the teeth, although this is not always the case.
The B grade pieces may be incomplete, or less well preserved.
Our pictures show a range of the qualities available, this listing is for a single tooth though.
For more dinosaur bones and teeth, and some information about Dinosaur fossils, please see our ‘Dinosaur Fossils’ page.