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Wooster’s Fossil of the Week: A sawfish rostral tooth from the Upper Cretaceous of Morocco
More fossil fish teeth this week. This impressive, barbed tooth is from the ancient chondrichthyan sawfish Onchopristis numidus (Haug, 1905). It was found in the Tegana Formation (Cenomanian, Upper Cretaceous) near Kem Kem, Morocco (and is yet another contribution from our alumnus George Chambers). These are all rostral teeth, meaning they are the sideways teeth [...]