Beginner Labeled Megalodon Era Fossil Shark Teeth Collection in a Riker Mount For Sale

Beginner Labeled Megalodon Era Fossil Shark Teeth Collection in a Riker Mount


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Beginner Labeled Megalodon Era Fossil Shark Teeth Collection in a Riker Mount:
$34.99

Hi all!
These are labeled collections of eight shark teeth in 6.25 x 5.25 x .75 inch Riker Mounts from the Miocene of the U.S. East Coast! Makes a great display piece or gift for aspiring paleontologists, each comes with a one page description of the species displayed, a copy of which is available below!
The size and quality of each fossil varies from case to case. Above are pictures of ten different collections to give you an idea of the size and quality of the fossils you willreceive.
The eight species in each collection are the Extinct Great White Shark(Cosmopolitodushastalis), Sand Tiger (Carcharias sp.), Eagle Ray (Myliobatis sp.), Bull (Carcharhinus leucas), Lemon (Negaprion sp.), Snaggletooth (Hemipristis serra), Tiger (Galeocerdo), and a partial Megalodon (Carcharocles megalodon)!

ExtinctWhite: (Cosmopolitodushastalis) The ancestor to the modern Great White Shark, The ExtinctWhite Shark grew to over 20 feet (6 meters) in length and fed primarily onlarge fish, marine mammals, and smaller sharks.

SandTiger: (Carchariassp.) The Sand Tiger Shark lives in large schools in warm shallow water. Theygrow to over 10 feet (3 meters) long and primarily feed on smaller fish,sharks, crustaceans, and squid.

EagleRay: (Myliobatissp.) Stingrays are close relatives of sharks. Eagle rays have broad triangularfins and flat teeth for crushing shellfish. The ridged side of the tooth isactually the root.

Bull: (Carcharhinus leucas) TheBull shark can swim in salt and fresh water. They grow to over 12 feet (3.5meters) long and primarily feed on smaller fish, sharks, crustaceans, andsquid.

Lemon: (Negaprion sp.) Lemon Sharks use thesame nursery grounds for their pups for many generations. They grow to over 10feet (3 meters) long and primarily feed on smaller fish, sharks, crustaceans,and squid.

Snaggletooth: (Hemipristis serra) Thislarge extinct shark grew to lengths of 20 feet (6 meters) and had teeth thatlooked like little chainsaws! The modern Snaggletooth is much smaller growingup to 7. 5 feet long (2.25 meters) and feed on smaller fish, sharks,crustaceans, and squid.

Tiger: (Galeocerdo sp.) Tiger sharks havethe most varied diet of any shark they feed on large fish, sharks, crustaceans,squid, stingrays, sea birds, marine mammals, and sea turtles. They also beenknown to eat garbage like license plates, boat oars, clothes, and tin cans.They grow up to 18 feet (5.5 meters) in length.

Megalodon: (Carcharocles megalodon)Megalodon was the largest known species of shark to have ever lived. It grew toover 60 feet (18 meters) in length and fed primarily on large marine mammalsincluding whales, dolphins, seals, manatees, and even the occasional Mammothout for a swim.

Shark Teeth may shift during shipping. If you need help rearranging the teeth, please send me a message and a picture and I will be happy to help!

All of my items come with a Certificate of Authenticity! If I have a fossil listed up as something, I make darn well sure that\'s what it is!
I do combined shipping on all items upon request!
I have all sorts of fossils and minerals for sale at great prices and I upload new items frequently! Click on seller info to see my other items!

Thank you for reading please contact me with any questions.

Have a wonderful day!

Jako



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