Montana Dinosaur Fossil Dig
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Teeth found at the Old Bean Coulee Site.

The top piece is the upper two thirds of a Saurornitholestes tooth. It's serrated edges and pointed tip indicate it was a carnivore. The bottom tooth is from the herbivore Euoplocephalus (an ankylosaurid) and still has the root attached. Do you believe that this small tooth is from a 35 foot long adult dinosaur?

 

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