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FOSSIL SHARK TOOTH (Otodus obliquus) - 55 million years old - Herne Bay, Kent

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FOSSIL SHARK TOOTH
  
Otodus obliquus
  
55 million years old (Palaeocene period)
  
Woolwich Beds. Herne Bay, Kent
  

A rare fossilised sharks tooth in a plastic display box with a glass lid. Shark teeth of this species are difficult to find in the UK nowadays. This tooth is well preserved but the tip is missing - most likely damaged some 55 million years ago while the shark was feeding.
  
This fossil is from an old collection. It was collected in the 1980s from rocks exposed on the foreshore at Herne Bay on the north coast of Kent. 
  
  
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Size: 5 centimetres long (size of tooth)
Weight: 39 grams (including box)

PRICE: £35.00
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