Moroccan shark teeth

Moroccan shark teeth

I have sifted through kilos of Moroccan Eocene fossils to bring you a great range of good quality shark teeth. The range includes large sand sharks to tiny nurse sharks with plenty inbetween.

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Very good condition shark teeth from the species: Physogaleus Secundus. These are rarely available and the common name for this species is the 'Grey Shark' but this species is now extinct.  The teeth measure around 9mm wide and come from Morocco. Serrations and root all complete and you will receive one of the teeth shown or similar. The teeth are around 50 million years old from the Eocene epoch.
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Well preserved teeth from a range of sharks that have been wire wrapped for necklaces. The teeth come from the phosphatic mines of Morocco and date to the Eocene epoch of around 50 million years ago. The teeth are complete and measure between 20 - 24mm along the slant. You will receive one of the teeth shown or similar and they come on a length of cord with silver coloured catches. Let me know what size cord you need from 16 inch to 26 inch, if no size given I supply 20 inch.
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Well preserved teeth from a range of sharks that have been wire wrapped for necklaces. The teeth come from the phosphatic mines of Morocco and date to the Eocene epoch of around 50 million years ago. The teeth are complete and measure between 20 - 24mm along the slant. You will receive one of the teeth shown or similar ready to put on your own cord or chain.
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Well preserved teeth from the shark species - Striatolamia macrota. They come from the phosphatic mines of Morocco and date to the Eocene epoch of around 50 million years ago. You will receive one boxed tooth as shown or similar and they measure around 25 - 30mm long.
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