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FOSSIL SHARKS TEETH - Upnor, near Rochester, Kent - 55 million years old (IN GLASS DISPLAY BOX)

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FOSSIL SHARKS TEETH

in glass display box

From the Oldhaven Beds (Harwich Formation)
  
Upnor Sand Quarry, Lower Upnor, near Rochester, Kent
 
55 million years old
 
A selection of fossilised sharks teeth from this classic site.  These fossils were collected in 1992 and are from an old collection. The quarry is now a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

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. 


Please note: The contents of the box may move during transport.
 
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Size:  6 x 6 x 2 centimetres (size of box)
Weight:  35 grams

PRICE: £16.00