Rare nice 4" rooted tooth, most probably belonging to a Ceratosaurus, in original matrix. Analysis by specialists gave the indication that this tooth is most probably Ceratosaurus, but the evaluation is complex as the difference with certain Allosaurus teeth is sometimes very small. The tooth is original with just some crack fill and some solidification done.
The Ceratosaurus and Allosaurus where both powerful predators that walked on two powerful legs and had a strong, S-shaped neck. They had a massive tail, a bulky body, and heavy bones. Its arms were short and had three-fingered hands with sharp claws that were up to 15 cm long.