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Fossil Teeth

  • Fossil Bison Tooth Necklace - Closeup
    Fossil Bison Tooth Necklace $19.00

    Fossil Bison Tooth Necklace The Science There are currently 2 species of bison still present today and 6 extinct species. Even though the bovine tribe split into cattle and bison 5 to 10 million years ago, there is...

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    Fossil Horse Tooth $29.00

    Fossil Horse Tooth - Equus sp. THE SCIENCE These teeth belonged to a prehistoric ancestor to modern horses. Based on fossil evidence, science has determined these prehistoric horsesran wild across North and South America...

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    A-Quality Mosasaur Tooth $69.00

    A-Quality Mosasaur Tooth - Mosasauridae Each specimen's color, shape and wear is slightly different, but your tooth will resemble the pictured examples...

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    Fossil Otodus Shark Tooth - Large $79.00

    Fossil Otodus Shark Tooth The Science Otodus obliquus is an extinct species of mackerel shark and a cousin of the Megalodon Shark. It lived from the Paleocene (66 million years ago) to the Miocene (5 million years...

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    Megalodon Shark Tooth - Large $349.00

    Megalodon Tooth - Carcharodon megalodon These are the fossil tooth of Megalodon, an extinct giant shark thought to have grown more than fifty feet in length which roamed the seas worldwide between about 25 million...

  • Polished Megalodon Shark Tooth 5" - Thumbnail
    Polished Megalodon Shark Tooth 5" $895.00

    You will receive precisely the item depicted on this page. Megalodon Tooth - Carcharocles megalodon THE SCIENCE This tooth is from the species Carcharocles megolodon, which is an extinct type of...

  • Plesiosaurus Teeth in Matrix - Multiple
    Plesiosaurus Tooth in Matrix $59.00

    Plesiosaurus Tooth in Matrix The Science Plesiosaurs are marine reptiles that lived during the Age of Reptiles (Mesozoic Era). They had four flat flippers, a long neck, and a small head. Their name means "near lizard"...

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    Otodus Tooth in Matrix $98.00

    Fossil Otodus Shark Tooth in Matrix The Science: Otodus obliquus is an extinct species of mackerel shark and a cousin of the Megalodon Shark. It lived from the Paleocene (66 million years ago) to the Miocene (5...

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    Mosasaur Tooth $8.00

    Mosasaur Tooth - Mosasauridae The Science Mosasaurs are a group of extinct, large marine reptiles that became extinct as a result of the K-Pg event at the end of the Cretaceous period,...

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    Fossil Cave Bear Molar $98.00

    Fossil Cave Bear Molar– Ursus spelaeus The Cave Bear was a very large species of bear common in Europe during the Pleistocene and extinct by the beginning of the Last Glacial Maximum about 25,000 years ago.The...

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    A-Quality Dinosaur Tooth - Spinosaurus $89.00

    A-Quality Dinosaur Tooth - Spinosaurus aegypticus The Science These genuine Dinosaur Tooth come from Spinosaurus(meaning "Spine Lizard" due to the array of spines forming a fin on its back), which may have attained...

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    Fossil Otodus Shark Tooth $32.00

    Fossil Otodus Shark Tooth The Science: Otodus obliquus is an extinct species of mackerel shark and a cousin of the Megalodon Shark. It lived from the Paleocene (66 million years ago) to the Miocene (5 million years...

  • Megalodon Shark Tooth - Small - Thumbnail
    Megalodon Shark Tooth - Small $59.00

    Megalodon Tooth The Science These are the fossil teeth of Megalodon, an extinct giant shark thought to have grown more than fifty feet in length which roamed the seas worldwide between about 25 million and 1.5 million...

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    Dinosaur Tooth - Spinosaurus $32.00

    Dinosaur Tooth - Spinosaurus THE SCIENCE These genuine dinosaur teeth come from Spinosaurus, or "Spine Lizard" (due to the array of spines forming a fin on its back). This dinosaur may have attained lengths of over 50...