The Spinosaurus is the largest land predator ever

Teeth of the largest land predator that ever lived! The Spinosaur. This Diono could be up to 15 meters long! Read more.

Teeth of the largest land predator that ever lived! The Spinosaur. This Dinosaur could be up to 15 meters long!

EUR 19,95

Teeth of the largest land predator that ever lived! The Spinosaur. This Dinosaur could be up to 15 meters long!

EUR 19,95

Teeth of the largest land predator that ever lived! The Spinosaur. This Dinosaur could be up to 15 meters long!

EUR 29,95

Teeth of the largest land predator that ever lived! The Spinosaur. This Dinosaur could be up to 15 meters long!

EUR 29,95

Teeth of the largest land predator that ever lived! The Spinosaur. This Dinosaur could be up to 15 meters long!

EUR 39,95

Teeth of the largest land predator that ever lived! The Spinosaur. This Dinosaur could be up to 15 meters long!

EUR 39,95

Teeth of the largest land predator that ever lived! The Spinosaur. This Dinosaur could be up to 15 meters long!

EUR 29,95

Teeth of the largest land predator that ever lived! The Spinosaur. This Dinosaur could be up to 15 meters long!

EUR 19,95

Teeth of the largest land predator that ever lived! The Spinosaurus. This dinosaur could grow up to 15 meters long!

EUR 159,95

Teeth of the largest land predator that ever lived! The Spinosaurus. This dinosaur could grow up to 15 meters long!

EUR 159,95

Beautiful pointy teeth of a dinosaur theropod!

Largest land predator ever

Nice teeth of the largest land predator that ever lived. The spinosaurus could reach a length of 15 meters! That is 3 meters longer than the T-rex. Recent research has shown that the spinosaurus was also an excellent swimmer, which would also explain the huge ridge on the back of the animal.

Recent findings from the Kem Kem

These teeth are found in Morocco, the former living habitat of the hunter. To be precise, in the Kem Kem mountains near the Algerian border in the desert area. Here are recently a lot of interesting dinosaur discoveries

Pointy teeth

The pointy teeth suggest the diet of the spinosaurus. This dinosaur was a carnivore who used it's teeth to catch and hold it's prey. The jaw of the spinosaurus has similarities with the modern day crocodiles.

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