Cretaceous Age 67.5-65 Million years ago A T. rex tooth of this quality is truly a scarce find. This is a spectacular quality fossil tooth of an adult Tyrannosaurus rex. It was found COMPLETE AND UNBROKEN with stunning, intact serrations and enamel. This tooth comes from the side position (lateral) of the jaw. This beautifully preserved tooth features a COMPLETE, sharp tip with typical D-shaped cross-section. The enamel is a medium and light mix of warm brown hues with stunning grain. The serrations on both front and back edges, are crisp with only very light natural feeding wear. T. rex teeth this size usually have worn tips from the amount of meals that must sustain a dinosaur this size but in this case, this tooth shows even the very small serrations on the tip, INTACT!