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Deltadromeus (?) Tooth from the Kem Kem beds of Morocco

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1.14" (2.91 cm) Deltadromeus (?) tooth from the Kem Kem Beds of Morocco. 95 million oears old. This is an unusual tooth, it's not Abelisaur, it's not Carcharodontosaurus. This tooth resembles the teeth of relatives of Deltadromeus. While no skull has been found of Deltadromeus I feel it is likely this tooth is from Deltadromeus. This is an imperfect tooth, there is a bit of gap fill and the serrations aren't perfect.