Crocodile sp. limb bone which dates back between 66 and 72 Mya during the Maastrictian Stage of the Cretaceous Period. These bones were collected from Taouz, Morocco, an area known for its paleontological wealth. The fauna of the Kem Kem Beds in which these bones were found is often indicative of different environments and it is likely that bones have become mixed due to the evolving and changing geology of the area. It is undetermined which species of Crocodylomorph these bones belong but they measure between 30 and 40 mm and are supplied individually within small plastic bags with an information label.