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FOSSIL TEETH OF SAND TIGER SHARK IN GLASS DISPLAY BOX - 55 million years old - Herne Bay, Kent

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FOSSIL TEETH OF SAND TIGER SHARK
  
Paleohypotodus rutoti
  
Herne Bay, Kent
 
55 million years old

Two beautifully preserved fossilised sharks teeth in a plastic display box with a glass lid.  

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 in the 1980s from rocks exposed on the foreshore at Herne Bay on the north coast of Kent. 

 
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Size:  6 x 6 x 2 centimetres (size of box)
Weight: 34 grams (weight of box)

PRICE: £20.00