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Enchodus Tooth Fossils 145 Million Yrs Old w/ Display Box & COA #13806 15o

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Up for sale are 3 fossil teeth from the extinct bony fish ENCHODUS. Included with the teeth is a glass-topped display box, information card, and certificate of authenticity.


THE TEETH PICTURED ARE AN EXAMPLE OF THE QUALITY AND SIZE OF THE TEETH YOU WILL RECEIVE. YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE THE ACTUAL TEETH PICTURED, BUT SIMILAR TEETH.

These are B to C grade teeth - they have had repairs, may be missing tips or missing other parts of the tooth but they are genuine fossil teeth!



These teeth were found in the phosphate mines of Kouribgha, Morocco, and it date back to the Cretaceous period, 146-65 million years ago.



One of the fish's most notable attributes was the large "fangs" at the front of the upper and lower jaws and on the palatine bones, leading to its nickname among fossil hunters, "the saber-toothed herring". These fangs, along with a long, sleek body, and large eyes, suggest that Enchodus was a predatory species. They may have reached up to 5 feet in length.

Check out the other teeth I also have for sale in my store!- these teeth make a great gifts!