Teeth and Spitters
These tiny chompers offer a fascinating glimpse into the lives of the Dinosaurs who ate with them. Fossilized shed teeth, also known as "spitters," were replaced continuously throughout the life of the animal, and usually show some wear and tear from chewing.
Most of the spitters currently in our inventory come from Triceratops and Hadrosaurs. All were found in the Lance Formation of Eastern Wyoming.
Each spitter comes in one of our small cases (2.75" x 2.75") with its own stand and a document certifying its authenticity. Keep on a dry shelf away from moisture and direct sunlight.