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  1. Rare 4 Schizorhiza Sawfish Teeth & 2 Vertebrae in Matrix - Morocco
    $265.00
    Schizorhiza stromeri (Weiler, 1930) Extinct Sawfish Oued Zem, Khourigba, Morocco, North Africa Upper Cretaceous Period - 80 Million Years Old Tooth 1 : 0.82 in. Tooth 2 : 0.72 in. Tooth 3 : 0.81 in. Tooth 4 : 0.75 in. Vertebra 1 : 1.82 in. diameter Vertebra 2 : 1.80 in. diameter Matrix : 6.76 x 4.35 in. 1 inch = 2.54 cm Here on the original matrix as they were found, is an incredibly uncommon association of Schizorhiza teeth and bones, teeth are showing their characteristic split root! These are from a much larger specimen that measures over 6.5 feet in length, pieces like this were found surrounding the larger piece already jacketed. Sawfish specimens from Schizorhiza are very uncommon and only rarely are found in the phosphate mines of Morocco, as the teeth and what are preserved of the bones are incredibly delicate. Learn More
  2. Rare 4 Schizorhiza Sawfish Teeth in Matrix - Morocco
    $245.00
    Schizorhiza stromeri (Weiler, 1930) Extinct Sawfish Oued Zem, Khourigba, Morocco, North Africa Upper Cretaceous Period - 80 Million Years Old Tooth 1 : 0.87 n. Tooth 2 : 0.62 n. Tooth 3 : 0.81 n. Tooth 4 : 0.88 n. Matrix : 6.82 x 4.69 in. 1 inch = 2.54 cm Here on the original matrix as they were found, is an incredibly uncommon association of Schizorhiza teeth, complete and showing their characteristic split root! As a curator for an unnamed natural history museum across the pond put it in Tucson 2016 - "That piece is very nice." These are from a much larger specimen that measures over 6.5 feet in length, pieces like this were found surrounding the larger piece already jacketed. Sawfish specimens from Schizorhiza are very uncommon and only rarely are found in the phosphate mines of Morocco, as the teeth and what are preserved of the bones are incredibly delicate. Learn More
  3. Rare Double Schizorhiza Sawfish Vertebra in Matrix - Morocco
    $75.00
    Schizorhiza stromeri (Weiler, 1930) Extinct Sawfish Oued Zem, Khourigba, Morocco, North Africa Upper Cretaceous Period - 80 Million Years Old Vertebra 1 : 2.05 in. diameter Vertebra 2 : 1.55 in. diameter Matrix : 6.76 x 4.35 in. 1 inch = 2.54 cm Here on the original matrix as they were found, is an incredibly uncommon association of Schizorhiza backbone vertebras. These are from a much larger specimen that measures over 6.5 feet in length, pieces like this were found surrounding the larger piece already jacketed. Learn More
  4. Otodus Shark Tooth + Vertebrae Enchodus Saber Tooth Fish - Morocco
    $35.00
    Otodus obliquus + Fish bones (Enchodus) Oued Zem, Khourigba, Morocco, North Africa Upper Paleocene Period - 60 Million Years Old Otodus Tooth : 0.9 in. Matrix : 3.80 x 3.40 in. 1 inch = 2.54 cm A shark tooth (Otodus) resting amongst a bed of fish bones. Natural and no repair or restoration done to this specimen. Learn More
  5. Otodus Shark Tooth Fossil - 25 Pack - Morocco
    $50.00

    Otodus obliquus

    "Couche 3" - Oued Zem, Khourigba, Morocco, North Africa

    Upper Paleocene Period - 60 Million Years Old

    Pictured are representative specimens, you will receive 25 fossil shark teeth, picked at random from a box, similar to the photo.

    Specimens are all roughly 1 to 2 inches in length.

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  6. Otodus Shark Tooth Fossil - 12 Pack - Morocco
    $25.00

    Otodus obliquus

    "Couche 3" - Oued Zem, Khourigba, Morocco, North Africa

    Upper Paleocene Period - 60 Million Years Old

    Pictured are representative specimens, you will receive 12 fossil shark teeth, picked at random from a box, similar to the photo.

    Specimens are all roughly 1 to 2 inches in length.

    Learn More
  7. .91" Pathologic "Fish Hook" Otodus Shark Tooth Fossil - Morocco
    $50.00
    Otodus obliquus (Agassiz, 1843) Giant Mackerel Shark Oued Zem, Khourigba, Morocco, North Africa Upper Paleocene Period - 60 Million Years Old Otodus Tooth longest length : 0.91 in. 1 inch = 2.54 cm A great tooth for display or study, showing a severe pathology - a 90º sideways curved crown, like a "fish hook"! Pathological teeth are formed by either disease or deformity of the sharks jawline, where the teeth form to adjust to the intrusion. They are among the most rare and unusual teeth known and these from Morocco are some of the best quality known from all over the world. This tooth has no repair or restoration, one cusp is missing from the side Learn More
  8. .99" Pathologic Otodus Shark Tooth Fossil - Morocco
    $45.00
    Otodus obliquus (Agassiz, 1843) Giant Mackerel Shark Oued Zem, Khourigba, Morocco, North Africa Upper Paleocene Period - 60 Million Years Old Otodus Tooth longest length : 0.99 in. 1 inch = 2.54 cm A great tooth for display or study, showing a severe pathology - a 180º curved crown with cusps facing the opposite direction!! Pathological teeth are formed by either disease or deformity of the sharks jawline, where the teeth form to adjust to the intrusion. They are among the most rare and unusual teeth known and these from Morocco are some of the best quality known from all over the world. This tooth has no repair or restoration Learn More
  9. .96" Split Tip Pathologic Otodus Shark Tooth Fossil - Morocco
    $45.00
    Otodus obliquus (Agassiz, 1843) Giant Mackerel Shark Oued Zem, Khourigba, Morocco, North Africa Upper Paleocene Period - 60 Million Years Old Otodus Tooth longest length : 0.96 in. 1 inch = 2.54 cm A great tooth for display or study, showing a severe pathology - a split crown with two bent tips! Pathological teeth are formed by either disease or deformity of the sharks jawline, where the teeth form to adjust to the intrusion. They are among the most rare and unusual teeth known and these from Morocco are some of the best quality known from all over the world. This tooth has no repair or restoration Learn More
  10. .9" Pathologic Otodus Shark Tooth Fossil - Morocco
    $40.00
    Otodus obliquus (Agassiz, 1843) Giant Mackerel Shark Oued Zem, Khourigba, Morocco, North Africa Upper Paleocene Period - 60 Million Years Old Otodus Tooth longest length : 0.90 in. 1 inch = 2.54 cm A great tooth for display or study, showing a severe pathology - a curved crown with a 90º bent tip! Pathological teeth are formed by either disease or deformity of the sharks jawline, where the teeth form to adjust to the intrusion. They are among the most rare and unusual teeth known and these from Morocco are some of the best quality known from all over the world. This tooth has no repair or restoration, however is missing one side cusp Learn More

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