This amazing cluster is super dense with fossilised remnants of ancient predators. There are several teeth readily apparent, and there are there are multiple bone, vertebrae and tooth fragments in the phosphate matrix. The main teeth are in extraordinary condition and the mosasaur is the beaugai - a rarer species.
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: 100mm x 70mm
Mosasaur Tooth Genus: beaugai, Dimensions: 30mm x 20mm
Shark Tooth Genus: Enchodus Libycus, Dimensions: 50mm x 15mm
Age: Cretaceous 65 - 72 Million years
Location: Khouribga Province, Chaouia-Ouardigha region, Morocco.