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One of the most popular and easily recognisable Dinosaurs. The three horns on its huge skull are where the name originates from. I have teeth from small partial spit teeth to large complete crowns. Triceratops was one of the last Dinosaurs to die out so the teeth are Cretaceous in age dated to around 65 million years old. All my teeth are from the 'Hell creek' formation in the USA.

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A Triceratops tooth crown that measures 16mm at its widest. Minimal wear to the tip so probably an unerupted Dinosaur tooth. Unworn Triceratops teeth are hard to come by due to its herbivorous nature. No repairs but a few chips but great detail.
£18.00 *

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A real Triceratops tooth that measures 19mm at its longest. Natural feeding wear to the tip of this herbivorous Dinosaur.
£15.00 *

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