1" (2.7 cm) Short Necked Plesiosaur Tooth (Dolichorhynchops?) from the Kansas chalk of the Late Cretaceous. About 80 million years old. The family Polycotylidae is a family of pelsiosaurs that had shorter necks. This tooth has a muss glued tip but the base has crystals growing in it.
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