HADROSAUR TEETH - EDMONTOSAURUS FOR SALE
Hadrosaurs or duck-billed dinosaurs were a family of herbivorous dinosaurs that lived during the Cretaceous period. They were one of the most common dinosaurs and ranged in size from about 10-40 feet long. They had toothless beaks with hundreds of blocky teeth on each side of their jaw (hence the name duck-billed) Some duck billed dinosaurs had as many as 960 teeth which they used to chew their food. The most commonly available fossil Hadrosaur teeth are those of Edmontosaurus from the Hell Creek Formation in Montana and South Dakota.