Crocodile teeth, Morocco
This fossil tooth is derived from the Kem Kem beds in Morocco from the Upper Cretaceous period 80 to 100 million years ago.
How to recognize a crocodile?
The current crocodiles have not changed since the time of the dinosaurs. They belong to the family Crocodylidae. The eyes and the nostrils crocodile sitting on top of his head so he can see and breathe while in the water. Crocodiles usually swim with their tails. On land, they have legs to move. Crocodiles look like alligators, but they are recognizable by their long, narrow snout and they have a fourth tooth that protrudes from the lower jaw.