1.3" Camarasaurus Tooth - Skull Creek, Colorado
The crown is 1.3" with detailed, black enamel preservation. There is some repair, as it was found in several pieces, and some restoration to fill gaps and stabilize the fossil. It comes from the Salt & Pepper Quarry at Skull Creek, near Dinosaur Colorado. This tooth came from a sandy layer in the quarry about a meter below the layers that contain articulated dinosaur remains. This sandy layer contains teeth and tumbled bones fragments but no articulation, most likely representing an event such as a flood.