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Description

Otodus Shark Tooth in Matrix

Each piece features an ethically sourced Otodus Shark Tooth, embedded in the Sandstone in which it was found.

Otodus is an extinct species of Mackerel Shark that ruled the Oceans approximately 60 – 40 million years ago. It is thought to be the first species of ‘giant shark’, evolving gradually into its infamous decent, the Megalodon. These apex predators grew up to 9 foot long, dwarfing the largest recorded modern Great White.

These teeth are commonly found in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco, however due to crude extraction techniques in the mines, many are destroyed. Each piece features a large, undamaged tooth in sandstone matrix.

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SKU: 41365

Additional information

Type of Stone

Fossil, Shark Tooth

Location

Morocco

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Contact us

  • Tel: 01737 767 363
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Location

52/54 Holmethorpe Avenue,
Holmethorpe Industrial Estate,
Redhill, Surrey,
RH1 2NL
Request showroom visit