All claws on the foot of raptors, some times called Moroccan raptors, were fairly sharp, not only the killing claw. The others helped the speedy little dinosaur get grip like soccer cleats, enabling it to maneuver and run down prey. Fossils from this animal have been found all across north Africa but no official species has been described by scientists.
This cast of a North African Raptor claw measures 3 inches long. This is a cast of the original fossil, research grade in quality polyresin and hand-painted. Colors may vary.