Fossil Aschersoni Sharks Teeth
Small fossilised Aschersoni Sharks Teeth measuring around 20-30MM long approximately.
Primarily from Morocco, these teeth are from Cretolamna aschersoni. It is believed to be a descendant of many famous sharks including Megalodon, Mako, and the great white. Most of the Moroccan deposits are Eocene age.
These teeth are typically in quite good condition. Some may have small cracks or signs or repair – or be missing the two cusps from the sides of the tooth. Most, however, are intact with only minimal damage to the root.
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