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-Size: 4&1/4"L x 2"W
-Notes: A large coprolite (meaning "dung stone") from what is probably an ancient crocodilian based on its similarity to modern crocodilian dung. These fossils are commonly referred to as shark coprolites (particularly megalodon) in the fossil market, though sharks do not make solid feces.
-Age: Miocene Epoch, 23-16 million years ago
-Location: Hawthorn Group – South Carolina,
-Jaw size: 8&1/4"L x 2&3/4"H -Species: Alligator mississippiensis -Notes: A fantastically preserved section of Alligator mandible from the Ice Age of Florida. When this alligator was alive, it would have been in the same environment as mammoths, giant sloths, and sabertoothed cats! Comes displayed in a glass-covered display box (12&1/4"L x...
-Size: 8&1/4"L x 4&1/2"W x 2&3/4" thick -Species: undetermined -Notes: A beautiful and well-preserved section of crocodylimorph jaw with several teeth. Brass stand, not included. -Age: Cretaceous Period, 112-94 million years ago -Location: Tegana Formation - Kem Kem, Morocco
-Size: 6&1/4"L x 5&3/8"W x 2&1/2" thick -Species: undetermined -Notes: A beautiful and well-preserved column of two crocodylimorph vertebrae. -Age: Cretaceous Period, 112-94 million years ago -Location: Tegana Formation - Kem Kem, Morocco