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Fossil Collection Shark Teeth



Fossil Shark Teeth


fossil shark teeth

Fossil Shark Teeth are one of the few remains we have of ancient sharks. Because their skeletons are made of cartilage instead of bone, the teeth are the only parts that were left behind. Modern sharks appeared in the Jurassic Period, but most fossil shark teeth are from sharks that lived much later. Because shark teeth drop out when they become worn or broken and are grown back, shark teeth are plentiful. This tooth is from Morocco and is 45 to 70 million years old.

fossil Orthocanthus shark tooth

Orthocanthus was a shark that lived during the Permian Period. Fossil Shark Teeth are one of the few remains we have of ancient sharks.


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