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  • Spinosaurus Dinosaur Tooth Natural Fossil

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    Spinosaurus Dinosaur Tooth Natural Fossil

    Spinosaurus (meaning "spined lizard") is an extinct genus of spinosaurid theropod dinosaur that existed in what is now North Africa during the Cretaceous period. Spinosaurus is the longest of all known carnivorous dinosaurs, even longer than Carcharodontosaurus, Giganotosaurus, and Tyrannosaurus rex at a length of 54 feet.

    Its most distinctive feature was the huge sail-like fin on its back. This sail was comprised of spines that extended from the top of the backbones of all dinosaurs and vertebrates. The spines of Spinosaurus were tremendous, the longest one found measured over 1.7 meters (5 feet) tall. The sail might have been used to attract a mate, making it look bigger to other predators it shares with, or speculatively act as a dorsal fin as it moves through the water.

    • Keywords: Transition, transformation, personal growth
    • Chakras: Base, Solar Plexus
    • Element: Storm, Earth
    • Zodiac Signs: Capricorn, Virgo
    • Number: 8


    Fossils are a wonderful tool to assist you in moving from the old to the new and be receptive to the fresh, innovative forces that are available to you. Fossils can assist you in your quest for transition, transformation, and personal growth, helping you to understand the process of change. They can help you instill quality and excellence in your environment.

    Fossil Geological Description:

    Fossilization is actually a rare occurrence because organic materials tend to decompose and the process requires the relatively quick preservation of bodily remains. Normally, the remains need to be covered by sediment or trapped in resin as soon as possible. However, there are exceptions to this, such as if an organism comes to rest in an anoxic (without oxygen) environment at the bottom of a lake. The oldest known structured fossils date from 3.5 billion years ago. There are several different types of fossils and fossilization processes including permineralization, mold or replacement fossils, compression fossils, resin fossils, and trace fossils. 

    Affirmation: I will allow myself to open to the process of change and all the possibilities it brings.

    The price is for one (1) Dinosaur Tooth.
    All fossils are subject to size, coloring & weight. These are all real fossils. Each has its own unique personality, energy, and vibration, where no two fossils are alike so please allow for variation. If you have specific questions or concerns, always inquire, we will be glad to search for that particular item you are interested in.