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Shark Tooth, Mackerel, 2" - 3"


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Mackerel were very common and very large during the Eocene and Cretaceous periods. The largest sharks of this species were upwards of 60 feet long, had 6-inch teeth, and a mouth span of 10 feet from top to bottom. These teeth were removed from the phosphate mines in the desert of Morocco.

Demos and Labs: Fossil Profile: Mackerel Shark

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