Note: The pieces are all 100% natural and have not been altered as they are found, in addition to being rare. Otodus obliquus was a large mackerel from the Eocene epoch (60 million years ago). This tooth is a Moroccan phosphate deposit.
Most of the pieces are rare and hard to find. You can see the pictures for confirmation, as it has some distortions. Look at all the pictures carefully. Mosasaur teeth/teeth are ancient, and extracted from Mother Earth in Morocco. Multiple photos are provided on all sides to show the specific item.
We work hard to keep our customers happy. However, in most cases, the actual items look better than the pictures. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Rocks, Fossils & Minerals\Fossils\Vertebrates\Shark Teeth".The seller is "fossilbyucef" and is located in this country: MA. This item can be shipped worldwide.