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  • Selection Of Framed Shark Teeth 309mm
  • Selection Of Framed Shark Teeth 309mm
  • Selection Of Framed Shark Teeth 309mm

Otodus Obliquus & Carcharias Africana Shark Teeth Frame 309mm


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Selection of limited edition frames of fossil shark teeth, exclusively designed, curated and produced by the fossil store. The appealing and historically fascinating framed display case of Otodus obliquus and sand shark teeth creating a unique wall feature for collectors or interior designers.

Genus: Otodus obliquus (Mackerel) shark teeth - (corner/outside row & middle row/wide Teeth)
Genus: Carcharias Africana (Sand) shark teeth - (2 inside rows/slim teeth)
Origin: Middle Atlas mountains of North Africa.
Age: Cenozoic era, late Palaeocene, approximately 50 to 70 million years.

Shark teeth collection frame measurements.
Height: 30.9 cm
Width: 30.9 cm
Depth: 3.5 cm

Approximate weight: 1,150 g

Otodus Obliquus ratio to man scale of 32 feet vs 6ft Carcharias Africana ratio to man scale of 8.2 feet vs 6ft

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Selection of framed fossil shark teeth unearthed from the prehistoric 'plateau des phosphates' of Morocco, North Africa. A conserved variety of shark teeth set into a glass-faced frame for collectors and enthusiasts alike.

The extensive Oulad plateau is situated 54km to the south-east of Casablanca, the outcrop is mined by the Moroccan government, the Office Cherifién des Phosphates Group, the phosphate forms a continuous seam which stretches as far as the middle east and as far south as Niger, which holds the biggest natural deposits.

The fossil shark teeth and some bone vertebrae are all that survives from the cartilaginous fishes after the processes of fossilisation over the last 60 million years while forming the phosphate layers. The local Berber farmers collect the teeth and are the only people allowed to do so, being the indigenous farmers and the phosphate cutting through their farms.


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Additional Information

Age Paleocene
Origin Morocco