Cenozoic Sharks
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Eocene - Ouled Abdoun
Some classic Phosphate Mines shark and reptile teeth from the Ouled Abdoun Basin of Morocco.
Striatolamna striatus
Upper and lower tooth
~25 to 30 mm - £2/$3
Carcharodon megalodon Shark tooth #1 - £60/$100
A superb complete blue-black tooth of this famous giant white shark. The tooth measures
50 mm (~2 inches) long and is from Mt. Pleasant in the Carolinas. Beautiful serrations.
Carcharodon megalodon Shark tooth #2 - £200/$325
This is the best Carcharodon tooth that we have had. It is a
beautiful creamy colour and is outstanding. The serrations are
all present and still sharp. The tip has some wear from use in
life but the enamel cannot be faulted, making this a true
display quality tooth. From The Pongo River Marl of North
Carolina and measures 95mm (3.75 inches) long. Stunning.
Odontaspis robustus
Upper and lower tooth
~25 to 30 mm - £2/$3
Odontaspis vincenti
Upper and lower tooth
~20 to 25 mm - £2/$3
Myliobatis striatus
~25 to 30 mm tooth - £2/$3
Myliobatis dixoni
~10 to 15 mm tooth - £2/$3
Myliobatis rauxi
~25 to 30 mm tooth - £2/$3
Cretolamna ascherosoni
~25 mm tooth - £2/$3
Odontaspis hopei
~35 mm tooth - £2/$3
Ginglymostoma blankenhorni
~10 mm tooth - £2/$3
Pristis mucrodens
~25 to mm tooth - £3/$5
Phylodus tolipiapicus
loose tooth ~10 mm - £2/$3
Partial plate ~15 m £4/$6
Miocene
Pliocene
Carcharocles carcharias #1 - £60/$100
An absolutely stunning example of blue tooth from the Pliocene of Peru.
This Great White shark tooth shows excellent serrations and the enamel
is intact. Shown against a 20mm (0.75) inch coin for scale.
Carcharocles carcharias #2 - £50/$75
A smaller but equally stunning example of blue tooth from the Pliocene of Peru. This Great White
shark tooth shows excellent serrations and the enamel is intact. Shown against a 20mm (0.75)
inch coin for scale.
Carcharocles carcharias #3 - £40/$65
A very good quality, slightly water worn blue tooth from the Pliocene of Peru. This Great White
shark tooth shows good serrations and the enamel is intact. Shown against a 20mm (0.75) inch
coin for scale. This is quite a large tooth.