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Otodus obliquus, Fossil Shark tooth

"Otodus obliquus, Fossil Shark tooth. This tooth is from Otodus obliquus a large extinct mackerel shark. Scientists believe this shark could have been as long as 30 feet. It roamed the world's oceans that during the Eocene Epoch It was the probable ancestor of Megalodon, the largest shark ever to swim the oceans. These teeth are really big! They range between 2 and 3 inches long. These teeth are from Morocco and are about  40 million years old."
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