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FOSSIL SHARKS TEETH - Red Crag. Woodbridge, Suffolk

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FOSSIL SHARKS' TEETH
 
Red Crag. Felixstowe, Suffolk 

  

Two fossilised teeth of sharks, derived from Eocene and Miocene strata and found on the shores of the River Deben in the 1980s. They have been washed from the basement 'coprolite bed' of the Red Crag.  
  
The surface ‘gloss’ is entirely natural and is seen on all the teeth and bones from the Red Crag.
   
Presented in a vintage plastic display box with a clear hinged lid.
  
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Size:  8 x 5.5 x 2 centimetres (size of box)
Weight: 44 grams (including box)

PRICE: £25.00
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FOSSIL SHARKS TEETH - Red Crag. Woodbridge, Suffolk
FOSSIL SHARKS TEETH - Red Crag. Woodbridge, Suffolk FOSSIL SHARKS TEETH - Red Crag. Woodbridge, Suffolk FOSSIL SHARKS TEETH - Red Crag. Woodbridge, Suffolk FOSSIL SHARKS TEETH - Red Crag. Woodbridge, Suffolk