This amazing cluster is dense with fossilised remnants of ancient predators. There are three teeth types apparent and a clear jaw section with teeth, in the phosphate matrix. There is a small hairline fracture in the tip of the smaller mosasaur tooth; it is still very stable.
NOTE: This is not an artificially created matrix as can be the case with material like this. This is a naturally formed fossil rich matrix.
Matrix Dimensions: 110mm x 80mm
Mosasaur Tooth Genus: Beaugai, Dimensions: 45mm x 20mm & 25mm x 15mm
Shark Tooth Genus: Corax Kaupi, Dimensions: 23mm x 18mm
Jaw section: Unidentified species, dimensions: 20mm length
Age: Cretaceous 65 - 72 Million years
Location: Khouribga Province, Chaouia-Ouardigha region, Morocco.