Parasaurolophus used its tough, narrow beak to clip off vegetation, then ground up each mouthful with the hundreds of small teeth packed into its teeth and jaws. As the teeth near the front of its mouth eroded away, new ones from the back gradually made their way forward, a process that presumably continued throughout this dinosaur’s lifetime.

Cool story, but we don’t have a Parasaurolophus tooth, we have the knee!

Weight 1.2 kg
Dimensions 18 x 16 x 10 cm