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COLLECTION OF FOSSIL SHARK AND RAY TEETH (FROM AN OLD COLLECTION) - Lee-on-Solent, Hampshire

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DISPLAY BOX CONTAINING
FOSSIL SHARK AND RAY TEETH

45 million years old

Lee-on-Solent, Hampshire

(from an old collection)

Bracklesham Beds (Eocene period)

A selection of impressive fossilised shark and ray teeth in a display box with a glass lid.  The largest shark tooth is 4.5 centimetres long.

A shark has jaws packed with a frightening array of teeth.  The teeth are only loosely attached to the jaw and often fall out to be preserved in the mud on the sea floor. 

These fossils were collected from the beach in the 1980s and are from an old collection.

Please note: The contents of the box may move during transport.

 
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Size:  9 x 9 x 2.7 centimetres (size of box) (largest shark tooth 4.5 centimetres long)
Weight:  115 grams

PRICE: £39.00
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