• Geological Age: Upper Cretaceous period, 70 million years old.
• Location: Atlas mountains region, Morocco.
• Family: Fish
• Species: Enchodus libycus
Enchodus libycus fossil fish teeth, these specimens found in the Atlas Mountains of Morocco are from the fish known as the sabre toothed herring, a voracious predator with 5 cm long fangs, they lived 70 million years ago, during the Cretaceous period. Samples come supplied in a card tray with an information label.
Fossil mosasaur teeth specimens found in Cretaceous beds in Khouribga, Morocco. This species of mosasaur lived 70 million years ago, the teeth are around 2 to 3 cm in length and have a typical cone shape. Excellent for educational use, they come supplied in a sample tray with a label.
Fossilised teeth which once belonged to the large marine reptiles known as Mosasaurs. The crocodile shape body of the Mosasaurs along with their flippers and paddle like tail make the species immediately recognisable by professionals. Each tooth measures approx 4cm in length.
• Geological Age: Eocene period, 55 to 50 million years ago.
• Location: Atlas Mountains, Morocco.
• Family: Shark
• Species: Otodus obliquus
Otodus obliquus fossil teeth from an extinct genus of mackerel shark found in the phosphate beds near the Atlas mountains in Morocco. The sharks lived during the Eocene period, 55 to 50 million years ago. Available in various sizes and supplied in a small display box with a label, they are ideal for educational use, gifts and older children.