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-Tooth size: 1/4"L x 1/4"W
-Species: Orthacanthus texensis
-Notes: A beautiful double-fanged Tooth of the slender, eel-like Orthacanthus shark. This bizarre shark was the apex predator of fresh water systems from a time before the first dinosaurs had evolved. It is known for its large dorsal fin and long spine at the back of its skull. Comes in a display box.
-Age: Permian Period, 280-271 million years ago
-Location: Wellington-Garber Complex, Waurika, Oklahoma, USA
-Size: all approximately 1/4”L -Species: Cetorhinus maximus -Notes: A fantastic set of three fossil teeth from the famous, planktonic-feeding Basking Shark, the second largest shark alive today. Comes displayed in a glass-covered display box (3&3/8"L x 2&9/16"W). -Age: Miocene Epoch, 16-14 million years ago -Location: Temblor Formation, Sharktooth Hill, California,...
-Size: 1/2”L -Species: Weltonia ancistrodon -Notes: A truly bizarre shark tooth. Comes displayed in a glass-covered display box (3&3/8"L x 2&9/16"W). -Age: Miocene - Paleocene Epoch, 60-56 million years ago -Location: Oulad Abdoun Basin, Khouribga, Morocco
-Size: 15/16"L -Species: Notidanodon loozi -Notes: A bizarre and rare shark tooth from the unusual group known as "cow sharks." This tooth comes from the upper jaw (maxilla). Comes displayed in a glass-covered display box (5&1/2"L x 4&1/2"W x 7/8"H). -Age: Paleocene Epoch, 60-56 million years ago -Location: Oulad Abdoun...