Genuine fossil shark tooth in black frame display case. These display specimen look great on a desk or bookcase. This specimen has been observed by a qualified geologist.
70 million years old from Morocco. Squalicorax, commonly known as the crow shark, is a genus of extinct lamniform shark known to have lived during the Cretaceous period. These sharks are of medium size, up to 5m in length similar to the modern gray reef shark, but the shape of the teeth is strikingly similar to that of a tiger shark. The teeth are numerous, relatively small, with a curved crown and serrated, up to 2.5 – 3 cm in height.
Sold individually. Please note each one is unique. The one pictured here is an example.