Fossilized crocodile tooth from Sarcosuchus sp.
Cretaceous (100 Million years ago) age
S. of Taouz, Moroccan Sahara.
A “super-croc” with a 6 ft long skull, Sarcosuchus was a common predator that could compete with the dinosaurs in Cretaceous Africa. Remains have been found in Niger, Morocco, and Egypt.