This is a lot of fossil teeth fragments from a phosphate mine area of Florida. These pieces were recovered from fossil-rich, phosphate deposits in the famous Bone Valley formation in south central Florida. Unfortunately, the machinery used to handle this material is very rough and most of the fossils are broken or damaged. That is the case with these teeth and it is a shame because some of these teeth were quite large before they were broken during processing. However, they are very clean and have a nice blue coloration that stands in contrast to the black colors recovered from rivers. These might be useful for educational purposes, jewelry-making, or study. There are a total of 8 (eight) teeth here and you get all of them.
Refer to the photo. The black centimeter cube is shown for scale and is not included. You get all of the teeth fragments shown. There is a mix of species types here, including extinct mako, tiger, juvenile megalodon, and others.