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Fossil Shark Teeth Mako Shark, ancestor of modern Great White Shark
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2.5" I. Hastalis (Upper and Lower)

My best giant mako teeth...screamers!

1 available
Age Miocene Epoch
Category Shark Teeth
Formation Round Mountain Silt Formation
Location Sharktooth Hill, Bakersfield, California, USA
Species Isurus hastalis
Length 2 1/2 inches
Width 1 9/16 inches
Thickness 11/16 inches

ID4112
Memberda fossz
Date Added4/15/2012

Excellent specimens!
Lower after I flapped it out of matrix.
The large upper...I was using a pick and flapped this one out...lucky it did not break and I saw it!
Find the Mako!! Other pic has a box around tooth..
  

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