This is a GENUINE fossil Spinosaurus dinosaur tooth. It is slightly compressed from burial but is short and stout because it came from the side of the jaw toward the back where the teeth are used more for crushing rather than grabbing. The tooth is well-preserved and unbroken with naturally lustrous enamel. It is complete and from a full-grown, adult Spinosaurus dinosaur.
Spinosaurus is estimated to have been THE LARGEST of all meat-eating dinosaurs that ever lived. With a length of 41 to 59 feet long, 20 feet high and weight estimates from 4 to 20+ tons, it was truly a behemoth! Spinosaurus was considered a bipedal dinosaur that is, one that walked on two feet although, its robust arms could have been used to allow the animal to walk on all fours at times. An extremely long snout was lined with an array of straight, conical teeth.