Otodus obliquus shark tooth 49mm, a particularly spectacular single shark tooth still seated in it's original matrix from the depths of the Northern Sahara in Morocco. Now available with superb preservation considering this shark tooth has been buried up to 70,000,000 years.
All our shark teeth have been selected, providing you with the best available Otodus obliquus teeth specimens from around the world. Commonly known for their fossil discoveries of shark teeth and vertebral centra, as like most elasmobranchs, the skeletons of Otodus obliquus were composed of cartilage opposed to bone, relatively resulting in most discoveries missing the skeletal structures which can be seen in most fossil records.
The Otodus obliquus was a very large Macro-predatory shark with the largest recorded tooth measure 104 millimetres in length. With each discovery we are able to determine more about these once magnificent creatures that roamed the sea's leading to estimations that this fearsome shark grew to a maximum length of 39 feet.
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