Mixed Shark Teeth Lot, Some with Matrix, Cretaceous to Miocene

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This is a mixed lot of fossil shark teeth. Most of the lot is from Morocco. Some of them are not Moroccan and are likely North American or European localities. This lot represents a mix of dates from the Cretaceous, Paleocene, and Miocene periods. The Morocco pieces are mostly the lighter colored specimens, and those specimens which are still in matrix. There are two partial specimens of teeth in matrix and the rest are loose pieces. There also appears to be a few unidentified fragments, including part of a crab claw. There are approx. 24 total pieces in this lot.

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