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Shark tooth fossil: Otodus Obliquus - Model DF25

Condition: Used

Shark tooth fossil: Otodus Obliquus.

Dating back to the Ypresian era, there are 50 million years still in their original gangue. From the Khourigba phosphate mines in Morocco.

The Otodus Obliquus whose size was about 6 to 9 meters is a close relative, even the ancestor of the Megalodon.

Model DF25: The tooth alone is 8.5cm high on a 11x10cm piece of rock

Everything is stable, no piece moving.

120,00 €

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