Fossil Raptor Teeth
These are truly fascinating – genuine fossilised Raptor dinosaur 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.
The pictures you see here are representative of the products and are usually not the exact item you will receive. Where various grades are available we do try to photograph each grade – but some photographs are still on their way!
For more dinosaur bones and teeth, and some information about Dinosaur fossils, please see our ‘Dinosaur Fossils’ page.