Fish fossils

Fish fossils

Complete fish fossils and fish parts from around the world.

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Good looking spines from the rostal (nose) of a sawfish. Lining the nose these spines would be used to thrash in a shoal and disable fish. Dated to the Cretaceous these Dinosaur aged fish fossils were collected in Morocco. You will recieve one of the fossils shown and although they have no repairs they may have minor damage. The spines measure between 20 - 26mm long.
£4.00 *

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Good looking teeth from the extinct salmon - Enchodus. Often called the 'sabre-tooth herring' and named for the 4 'fangs' the fish had. These 'fangs' are in very good condition with no repairs and good tips. Dated to the Cretaceous these Dinosaur aged fish fossils were collected in Morocco. You will recieve one of the fossils shown and they measure between 29 - 33mm long.
£4.50 *

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A HUGE lung fish tooth from the species Ceratodus. Dated to the Cretaceous this Dinosaur aged fish fossil was collected in Morocco. You will receive the actual fossil shown that measures around 74mm long. A couple of repairs but you will not find any bigger.....
£18.00 *

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