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Squalicorax Shark tooth fossil


Squalicorax shark tooth on matrix. Composite product.
Composite refers to fossils that fossils that have some additional attention to bring them to market. In the case of these teeth, which are often found semi embedded or loose, the tooth may be cemented on to the bedrock to provide stability, the bedrock is also carved to a consistent shape and size.

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This shark tooth fossil is from a Squalicorax shark (sometimes simply referred to as Corax). Squalicorax is a genus of extinct lamniform shark known to have lived during the Cretaceous period. These sharks are of medium size, up to 5 meters in length (usually smaller – 2 meters). Their bodies were similar to the modern gray sharks, but the shape of the teeth is strikingly similar to that of a tiger shark. The age of this squalicorax shark tooth fossil is approximately 65 million years old.

Sizing information:6.5cmx5.5x2cm - actual tooth 2.5cm


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Weight .120 kg
Dimensions 5 × 6 × 2 cm