Fossilised Triceratops Teeth Dinosaur
Very interesting – and certainly not a common fossil!
These are genuine Triceratops dinosaur teeth, from the Hell Creek formation of North Dakota, USA.
Triceratops could have up to 800 teeth at a time, depending on their size – given the size of these teeth, most are likely to be from smaller dinosaurs.
These specimens can be quite difficult to recognise as teeth – they do not typically seem to have a root and are not curved. I guess they’re closer to a sheep’s tooth than dogs if that makes sense!
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.