Otodus obliquus

€ 72,00
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Otodus obliquus 

Quality Teeth 7.3 cm bij 5.0 cm .2.87 inch bij 1.96 inch

 Quality Teeth 7.1 cm bij 5.0 cm. 2.79 inch bij 1.96 inch 

Prachtige en in uitstekende staat verkerende  "set tanden "

van deze uitgestorven in zee levende waterreptiel.

Betreft eigen vondsten uit de befaamde fosfaatmijn Sidi Chenneane-Daoui te 

De kwaliteit  is een must voor de ware liefhebbers van orginele fossielen. 

                           RARE TOP QUALITY TEETH WITH 
UNRESTORED ROOTS. NEARLY ALL
OTODUS FOSSIL TEETH TODAY
HAVE REPAIR AND FABRICATIONON THE ROOTS.
  • Genus: †Otodus, Agassiz, 1843
  • Otodus is an extinct genus of mackerel shark which lived from the Paleocene to the Miocene epoch. 
  • This shark is known from the fossil teeth and fossilized vertebral centra. Like other elasmobranchs, the skeleton of Otodus was composed of cartilage and not bone, resulting in relatively few preserved skeletal structures appearing within the fossil record. The teeth of this shark are large with triangular crown, smooth cutting edges, and visible cusps on the roots. Some Otodus teeth also show signs of evolving serrations.
  • Otodus had a worldwide distribution, as fossils have been excavated from Africa, Asia, Europe, and North America. and also in Japan.