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  1. 2.07 inch Fossil Sperm Whale Tooth (Aulophyseter morricei) from Sharktooth Hill, California
    $70.00
    Aulophyseter morricei (Kellogg, 1927) Extinct Sperm Whale Sharktooth Hill, Bakersfield, California Miocene Period - 15 million years old Tooth measures : 2.07 inches (1 in. = 2.54 cm.) An uncommon tooth from a prehistoric sperm whale, the Aulophyseter! Wonderful preservation with the tip of the tooth worn my feeding damage when the animal was alive. Learn More
  2. 2.28 inch Fossil Pinniped Sea Lion Seal Tooth (Allodesmus kernensis) from Sharktooth Hill, California
    $95.00
    Allodesmus kernensis (Kellogg, 1922) Extinct Pinniped related to Sea Lions and Seals Sharktooth Hill, Bakersfield, California Miocene Period - 15 million years old Tooth measures : 2.28 inches (1 in. = 2.54 cm.) A pinniped canine tooth from a prehistoric sea lion, the Allodesmus! Wonderful preservation with the tip of the tooth worn my feeding damage when the animal was alive. Learn More
  3. 2.31 inch Fossil Dolphin Tooth (Odontoceti indet.) from Sharktooth Hill, California
    $95.00
    Odontoceti indet. (similar to Hadrodelphis) Extinct Giant Dolphin Sharktooth Hill, Bakersfield, California Miocene Period - 15 million years old Tooth measures : 2.31 inches (1 in. = 2.54 cm.) This is an unidentified dolphin tooth. Feeding wear on the tip of the tooth, which is normal for this species, otherwise this specimen is incredibly well preserved. These teeth are commonly mistaken for "Prosqualodon" by many sellers, this tooth is probably from a group of giant kentriodontids and other non-sperm whale dolphins. It most closely resembles specimens found on the American East Coast of Hadrodelphis sp. Learn More
  4. 1.82 inch Fossil Dolphin Tooth (Odontoceti indet.) from Sharktooth Hill, California
    $75.00
    Odontoceti indet. (similar to Hadrodelphis) Extinct Giant Dolphin Sharktooth Hill, Bakersfield, California Miocene Period - 15 million years old Tooth measures : 1.82 inches (1 in. = 2.54 cm.) This is an unidentified dolphin tooth. Heavily worn and still complete after 15 million years! These teeth are commonly mistaken for "Prosqualodon" by many sellers, this tooth is probably from a group of giant kentriodontids and other non-sperm whale dolphins. It most closely resembles specimens found on the American East Coast of Hadrodelphis sp. Learn More
  5. 1.98 inch Fossil Pinniped Sea Lion Seal Tooth (Allodesmus kernensis) from Sharktooth Hill, California
    $85.00
    Allodesmus kernensis (Kellogg, 1922) Extinct Pinniped related to Sea Lions and Seals Sharktooth Hill, Bakersfield, California Miocene Period - 15 million years old Tooth measures : 1.98 inches (1 in. = 2.54 cm.) A pinniped canine tooth from a prehistoric sea lion, the Allodesmus! Learn More
  6. 1.9 inch Fossil Pinniped Sea Lion Seal Tooth (Allodesmus kernensis) from Sharktooth Hill, California
    $75.00
    Allodesmus kernensis (Kellogg, 1922) Extinct Pinniped related to Sea Lions and Seals Sharktooth Hill, Bakersfield, California Miocene Period - 15 million years old Tooth measures : 1.9 inches (1 in. = 2.54 cm.) A pinniped cheek tooth from an Allodesmus! This specimen has really nice color and is slightly worn from feeding during the animals life. Learn More
  7. 2.39 inch Fossil White Shark Tooth (Carcharodon hastalis) from Sharktooth Hill, California
    $80.00
    Carcharodon hastalis (Agassiz, 1843) Extinct White Shark Sharktooth Hill, Bakersfield, California Miocene Period - 15 million years old Tooth measures on the long slant : 2.39 inches (1 in. = 2.54 cm.) An exquisite upper anterior tooth with great color from the predecessor to the modern day Great White Shark! No repair or restoration has been done to this tooth. Learn More
  8. 2.48 inch Fossil White Shark Tooth (Carcharodon hastalis) from Sharktooth Hill, California
    $80.00
    Carcharodon hastalis (Agassiz, 1843) Extinct White Shark Sharktooth Hill, Bakersfield, California Miocene Period - 15 million years old Tooth measures on the long slant : 2.48 inches (1 in. = 2.54 cm.) An exquisite upper anterior tooth with great color from the predecessor to the modern day Great White Shark! No repair or restoration has been done to this tooth. Learn More
  9. 2.43 inch Fossil White Shark Tooth (Carcharodon hastalis) from Sharktooth Hill, California
    $75.00
    Carcharodon hastalis (Agassiz, 1843) Extinct White Shark Sharktooth Hill, Bakersfield, California Miocene Period - 15 million years old Tooth measures on the long slant : 2.43 inches (1 in. = 2.54 cm.) An exquisite upper anterior tooth from the predecessor to the modern day Great White Shark! No repair or restoration has been done to this tooth. Learn More
  10. 2.64 inch Fossil White Shark Tooth (Carcharodon hastalis) from Sharktooth Hill, California
    $85.00
    Carcharodon hastalis (Agassiz, 1843) Extinct White Shark Sharktooth Hill, Bakersfield, California Miocene Period - 15 million years old Tooth measures on the long slant : 2.64 inches (1 in. = 2.54 cm.) An exquisite lower anterior tooth from the predecessor to the modern day Great White Shark! Shows feeding damage on the tip from 15 million years ago! Learn More

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