Dinosaurs roamed the earth over 100 million years ago, secondary deposition in bone beds often preserves only the toughest parts of the dinosaur skeleton, in this case teeth. The "Moroccan Kem-Kem beds" are the name chosen for the Cretaceous ages layers of rock close to the Moroccan/Algerian border, locally dug for dinosaur remains. Many types of teeth are found with what scientists think best represents a large river system or mangrove environment.
We have acquired these fossils through a UK contact that works closely with the team on the ground in Morocco.
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