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Extinct Cow Shark

Wednesday, 31 May 2017 12:58:00 Europe/London

Morocco has revealed wonderful natural history over the last few decades, our team at The Fossil Store have made great inroads striving to discover and attain exceptional fossil finds of the sharks of Morocco. We have recently listed the best of our selection of the rare and extinct fossil Cow shark teeth of the six gill blunt nosed shark...

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Prehistoric Megalodon Sharks

Monday, 23 January 2017 15:27:00 Europe/London

megalodon fossil shark teeth for sale

My element, oxygenated water courses between my interlocked dermal scales as they navigate my movements into the unknown, this is my home and there are no limits, only my size, 16 meters and 50+ tons. Nothing can stop me and my hunger is growing whilst my teeth impatiently wait...

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Fossil Mosasaurus Uncovered

Wednesday, 26 October 2016 10:04:00 Europe/London

Prognathodon jaws in original fossil bed matrix

Mosasaurs, the stuff of legend, fossil bones were first discovered in Maastricht, they were believed to be from mythical fire breathing dragons. Today we view them as the ultimate terrors of the late Cretaceous period, a marine hunting reptile scouring prehistoric warm shallow seas...

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Premium Spinosaurus Dinosaur Teeth

Thursday, 21 April 2016 20:37:12 Europe/London

Spinosaur dinosaur teeth blog

Welcome to our collection of fossil Spinosaurus dinosaur teeth and other skeletal material from the continental red beds known as the Kem Kem hamada. A raised plateaux and border region between Morocco and Algeria in the northern Sahara. We have in our collection beautifully preserved Spinosaurus sp. teeth and large bones of the once extant bipedal theropod dinosaur, a ferocious carnivore that once dominated the the margins, lagoons and shallow seas of the Cretaceous period some 97 to 89,000,000 years ago, which is now North Africa. The Cretaceous period persisted from 135 to 65 million years ago approximately. Spinosaurus ranged within in this period around 90 to 100 million years ago, read more about the remains left behind…

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Shark Teeth Display For Your Interior

Sunday, 7 February 2016 00:52:00 Europe/London

Shark teeth display for your interior

Create an impact with a seventy million year old fossilised sharks teeth collection, approximately two thousand teeth make up each glazed and framed quartet, shop interior wall features…

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Megalodon shark teeth hunters

Wednesday, 18 November 2015 14:30:04 Europe/London

Fossil Megalodon Teeth

Carcharodon Megalodon Shark, the fiercest predator of its time in the ocean. In the Miocene and Pliocene periods approximately 16 to 3 million years ago this monster shark would hunt other sharks, fishes and even sperm whales, cetaceans 23 million years ago to now. Whale vertebrae have been discovered with gouge marks...

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