Shark Teeth

OTODUS OBLIQUUS

Sharks Teeth

Eocene shark teeth plaque — 50 million years old, from the phosphate beds of Khoribga, Morocco. All of one jaw section original matrix and positions, minor restoration on some of the teeth and the vertebrae. Extremely rare to find such a large quantity of specimen all together like this.

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CARCHAROCLES MEGALODON

CARCHAROCLES MEGALODON

Rare Megalodon teeth from the Extinct Giant White shark, Carcharocles megalodon. These teeth are from the middle Miocene 14 million years old, from the western sahara in Morocco.

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