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Giftbox with 6 beautiful fossil teeth
Giftbox with 6 beautiful fossil teeth €19,95

Giftbox with 6 beautiful fossil teeth

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EAN: 8784765181069
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Beautiful gift box filled with 6 fossil shark teeth

This gift box consists of 6 different shark teeth from 5 different sharks. In the lid there are pictures of the teeth with their names. All teeth are from already extinct animals! The size of the box is: 20 x 12 cm.


The megalodon shark was a giant among predatory fish. It could reach a length of 18 meters and had sperm whales and other cetaceans on its menu. The shark appeared about 18 million years ago and probably died out 1.5 million years ago.


The paleocarcharodon shark developed after the extinction of dinosaurs and large marine reptiles into one of the most important shark genera. This species belonged to the white sharks and flourished between 61.7 to 55.8 million years ago and then became extinct. The teeth are characterized by the many cartels.


The box contains no less than 2 teeth of the extinct Otodus shark that lived in the Eocene (56 to 33.9 million years ago). 1 loose tooth and 1 wrapped one that can be used as a necklace pendant

Sand shark

The sand shark or sand tiger shark belongs to the Carcharias hopei and lived in the eocene (56 to 33.9 million years ago). The tooth has a typical long pointed tip.


The squalicorax shark lived in the era of dinosaurs between 145 and 66 million years ago. The teeth are almost triangular and short with serrated sides. The shark had a strong biting power. In addition to sea turtles and medium-sized fish, there were probably also saurians on the menu who tried to cross the water.

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