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Sharktooth Hill - Bakersfield, California

Sharktooth Hill is one of the most famous vertebrate fossil sites in the world - a place where roughly 125 species of sharks, bony fishes, sea mammals, sea turtles, marine crocodiles, birds and even land mammals have been found.

The fossils are concentrated in a rather narrow one-to four-foot thick layer in the Round Mountain Silt Member of the Middle Miocene Temblor Formation, which is exposed over several square miles in the rolling foothills of California's southern Sierra Nevada.

Since it’s discovery in 1853, the Sharktooth Hill area has yielded thousands of shark teeth, including the rare giant shark, Otodus (Carcharodon) megalodon!

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  1. 4.67 inch Fossil Pinniped Sea Lion Seal Tooth (Allodesmus kernensis) from Sharktooth Hill, California
    $150.00
    Allodesmus kernensis (Kellogg, 1922) Extinct Pinniped related to Sea Lions and Seals Sharktooth Hill, Bakersfield, California Miocene Period - 15 million years old Tooth measures : 4.67 inches (1 in. = 2.54 cm.) A GIANT pinniped canine tooth from a prehistoric sea lion, the Allodesmus! Wonderful preservation with the tip of the tooth broken off by feeding damage when the animal was alive. Imagine that this would be at or over 5 inches long if the tooth were still intact. Learn More
  2. 4.42 inch Fossil Pinniped Sea Lion Seal Tooth (Allodesmus kernensis) from Sharktooth Hill, California
    $185.00
    Allodesmus kernensis (Kellogg, 1922) Extinct Pinniped related to Sea Lions and Seals Sharktooth Hill, Bakersfield, California Miocene Period - 15 million years old Tooth measures : 4.41 inches (1 in. = 2.54 cm.) A GIANT 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. Old repair and restoration was done by the original collector of this tooth about 40 years ago. Typical for that time. If you want the repair redone, contact me for pricing. Learn More
  3. 2.39 inch Megalodon Serrated Shark Tooth from Sharktooth Hill, California
    $30.00
    Otodus (Carcharodon) megalodon (Agassiz, 1843) Sharktooth Hill, Bakersfield, California Miocene Period - 15 million years old Tooth : 2.39 inches (1 in. = 2.54 cm.) An interesting piece from a large O. megalodon tooth! Shows about 1" of serrations and enamel on one face of the specimen. Learn More
  4. 1.18 inch Fossil Eagle Ray Tooth Plate (Myliobatis) from Sharktooth Hill, California
    $45.00
    Myliobatis (Cuvier, 1816) Extinct Eagle Ray Sharktooth Hill, Bakersfield, California Miocene Period - 15 million years old Tooth Plate : 1.18 inches (1 in. = 2.54 cm.) Sting Ray Tooth Plate from the extinct Eagle Ray, Myliobatis, are fairly uncommon to find in the Sharktooth Hill region of Kern county, California. Most are broken into segments and overlooked by tooth collectors. Learn More
  5. 2.58 inch Fossil Eagle Ray Barb (Myliobatis) from Sharktooth Hill, California
    $35.00
    Myliobatis (Cuvier, 1816) Extinct Eagle Ray Sharktooth Hill, Bakersfield, California Miocene Period - 15 million years old Barb : 2.58 inches (1 in. = 2.54 cm.) Sting Ray barbs from the extinct Eagle Ray, Myliobatis, are fairly uncommon to find in the Sharktooth Hill region of Kern county, California. Most are broken and overlooked by tooth collectors. Learn More
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. 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

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