Sawfish tooth Morocco

Sawfish tooth Morocco

Beautifully preserved sawfish tooth about 95 million years old

Onchopristis Numidus

Tooth of a prehistoric sawfish, Up chalk, approximately 95 million years old. The sawfish. which could be up to 8 meters long, lived mainly on the bottom of the sea.

Recent findings from the Kem Kem

These teeth are found in Morocco, the former habitat of this prehistoric fish. To be precise, in the Kem Kem mountain against Algeria is in the desert area. Here are presently done many interesting prehistoric finds

Hook-shaped teeth

The teeth of the sawfish sat on his snout like a beard. That he hooked his prey to shake it loose then to eat it on the seabed. He himself was the victim of Spinosaurus.