top of page

Cimolestes sp. mammal tooth canine

Hell creek fm

Garfield county




each fossil was identify by dinosaur paleontologist



Fossil mammal tooth Cimolestes sp.

€ 150,00Price
  • size: 2 cm canine

    restoration: NO restorations


    from Wikipedia resources: Cimolestes ("Bug Thief") is a genus of basal, non-placental eutherians. Fossils have been found in North America, where they first appeared during the Late Cretaceous; they died out at the start of the Paleocene.[1] They were once considered to be marsupials, then primitive placental mammals, but now are considered to be members of the order Cimolesta (which was named after the genus), outside of placental mammals proper


    Richard C. Fox (2015) A revision of the Late Cretaceous–Paleocene eutherian mammal Cimolestes Marsh, 1889. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (advance online publication) doi: 10.1139/cjes-2015-0113


bottom of page