Fossil tooth of the great white shark
Fossil tooth of the great white shark
€39,95

Fossil tooth of the great white shark

EUR 39,95

Fossil tooth of the white shark from Cape Town in South Africa. The only living shark from the Carcharodon family.

In stock (1)
Quantity
- +
    [ism_small_widget]
  • Shipped within 24 hours
  • Authenticity guaranteed
  • Free shipping in the Netherlands from €75, -
  • Heeft u nog vragen? Bekijk onze meestgestelde vragen
Product description

Carcharodon carcharias

The great white shark's teeth are known for their broad triangular crowns with serrated edges. This shark is officially called Carcharodon carcharias and is the only living shark from the Carcharodon family. It is the largest predatory fish on earth and is known to many people from the movie 'Jaws'.

Protected animal

White sharks are a protected species and the trade in modern teeth has rightly been restricted. To obtain a beautiful tooth from this predatory fish, this dark fossil tooth is the perfect solution. This way the White shark is left alone and you immediately have a fossil between 2 and 20 million years old!

Fun facts about the white shark

The white shark can reach an age of 70 years and a weight of 1 ton (1000 kg). Despite its size and weight, the shark can reach speeds of 35 miles per hour! In a year, a great white shark can eat up to 11,000 kg of food, but after a meal it does not need to eat for almost 3 months. A Great White shark's teeth are as sharp as razor blades and they can smell blood from up to 3 miles away. The bite of this predatory fish is 10 times stronger than that of a lion.

White shark

Product information
Article code Wittehaai48
EAN 8784765362093
Bank transfer PayPal Belfius iDEAL Maestro Bancontact KBC MasterCard Visa Visa Electron American Express Giropay EPS
My account
You are not logged in. Log in to make use of all the benefits. Or create an account now.
Language & Currency
Cart
Your cart is empty
Menu
Search
Search suggestions
No products found...
By using our website, you agree to the usage of cookies to help us make this website better. Hide this message More on cookies »