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shark tooth fossil-otodus

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Otodus shark tooth fossil on matrix. Composite shark tooth fossil.Small compact size.
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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Description

This shark tooth fossil is from an Otodus shark. Otodus is an extinct mackerel shark which lived during the Paleocene and Eocene epochs, approximately 60 to 45 million years ago. It is estimated they grew up to 9 metres in length. Known for their large teeth fossils some of the largest Otodus shark tooth fossils found have been over 10 cm / 4 inches

Sizing information: Base rock Approximately 6x5x2 cm actual tooth 2.5 -4 cm long.

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Weight .160 kg
Dimensions 7 x 5 x 2 cm