Lot 15T

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Up for bid is one grade-A ( no putty or clay) 50 million year old North African base cut and mounted on a travertine base fossil shark tooth Otodus obliquus is a extinct Mackerel Shark that lived approximately 55 million years ago. Beautifully colored teeth from the phosphate pits in the Atlas Mountains, Morocco. Teeth average approximately 2 in. 2.5in.in.(some may be up to 3" or more depending on availability) and are all good quality or better, very attractive teeth. These teeth are all hand-selected and some may have some restoration The "Great Grandfather" of the megalodon. Great natural science gift. The miness are located about 70km north of Marrakesh. The deposits are about 50mys. old (Eocene}.The specimen you receive may also contain other vertibrate fossils such as bones, scales, feathers. etc.etc.

  • Notes: All shipping is done inhouse at reasonable rates.International shipping also available.
  • Dimensions: Base is 4in Long and 2in. wide
  • Literature: All artifacts,rocks,minerals,fossils,crystals,diamonds,silver and gold are guaranteed genuine as described in the description.
  • Medium: Phosphate Ore Matrix
  • Circa: Eocene
  • Condition: Recently Mined

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