Mixed Teeth In Bone Matrix

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Mixed Teeth In Bone Matrix

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Mixed Teeth In Bone Matrix


This amazing cluster is super dense with fossilised remnants of ancient predators. There are two teeth types apparent in the phosphate matrix. There is a small hairline fracture in the tip of the mosasaur tooth; it is still very stable. There are numerous bone fragments and vertebrae in the matrix.

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:  120mm x 90mm

Mosasaur Tooth Genus: Unidentified, Dimensions: 40mm x 18mm 

Shark Tooth Genus: Enchodus Libycus, Dimensions: 48mm x 14mm plus smaller tooth 6mm

Age: Cretaceous 65 - 72 Million years

Location: Khouribga Province, Chaouia-Ouardigha region, Morocco.