Edmontosaurus sp. Tooth
66 Million Years BP
Late Cretaceous
Late Maastrichtian
Hell Creek Formation


Like all hadrosaurs, Edmontosaurus possessed several hundred teeth arranged layer upon layer in batteries in its mouth. As the animal wore down its teeth while grinding vegetation, it always had spare teeth to keep eating. These large chewing surfaces efficiently processed plants so they could be further broken down in the digestive process.


This is a replica of the original fossil, cast in quality polyresin and hand painted.
Size: 2 1/2 inches
Material: polyresin (color may differ from replica to replica)
*Comes with a information card

Edmontosaurus sp. Tooth | Replica Fossil