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Lungfish Ceratodus Tooth Plate Fossil Lot of 3 LDB 110 MYO #18167


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This is a nice lot of 3 tooth plates from the extinct lungfish CERATODUS. These fossils were found in Morocco, North Africa and date back to the Lower Cretaceous period approximately 110 Million years old. The ceratodus was a very unique fish. Being a lungfish, it could breathe both in the water and on the land. It used its gills for respiration in the water, but also could also breathe air through primitive lungs and exist for several days out of the in the water!   Included with the fossils is a nice glass-topped display box. We have a variety of fossils available so be sure to check out our other listings!