Fossil tooth from the Otodus Sokolovi
Fossil tooth from the Otodus Sokolovi

Fossil tooth from the Otodus Sokolovi

EUR 59,95

This rare shark tooth is from the extinct Otodus Sokolovi shark that lived +/- 47 to 28 million years ago. Found in Dakhla, Western Sahara.

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Rare tooth

The Otodus Sokolovi shark lived +/- 47 to 28 million years ago. It was probably a transition species between the Otodus auriculatus and Otodus angustidens shark. Teeth of this sturdy shark species are rarely found and are characterised by their size and the serrations on their sides. They are popular collector's items.  


The shark teeth were found in Dakhla, a peninsula in Western Sahara. The region is known for its shark tooth finds from the Eocene. Fossil sea urchins from the Pliocene are also found here. 

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Article code OS11
EAN 8784765348110
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