Display cases of Fossil Teeth, mostly Sharks - - - various species

Description
Display cases of Fossil Teeth, mostly Sharks - - - various species
Cretaceous - USA and Morocco

Locality: Kem-Kem, Morocco, and Shark Tooth Hill, Bakersfield, California (USA).
Strata Layer: Cretaceous.

You get all 4 display cases (Riker mounts) of teeth. These are some nice size teeth. The Bakersfield teeth usually retail for about $15-25 each, and there are 16 of them, not to mention the large Palaeocarcharondon teeth. Great collection!

Includes:
Neoceratodus, Lungfish tooth
Peyeria Lybica (sawfish) rostral tooth
Onchopristis numidus (sawfish) tooth
Palaeocarcharondon tooth
Isurus planus (Mako) shark tooth upper and lower
Isurus hastalis (Mako) shark tooth upper and lower

Guaranteed genuine, buyer responsible for any import or customs fees.

Lot details
Specimen
Display cases of Fossil Teeth, mostly Sharks
Object
-
Scientific name
various species
Origin
USA and Morocco
Geological Period
Cretaceous
Condition
Good condition
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