Rare And Extinct Crow Shark Tooth - BOXED

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  This is an unusual fossil and not often offered for sale
Squalicorax kaupi

The Crow shark is a rare and extinct species of shark, and - in common with most ancient shark species, very little is known about the shark itself.
As sharks don't have bones, just cartilage and ligament, nothing has survived apart from the teeth.
This is an unusual shaped tooth and is flatter and stubbier than most shark teeth.
These teeth are not often seen for sale and if you collect shark teeth you should add one to your collection. This is your chance!
The tooth measures  - 2cm root to tip
comes boxed and labelled and is ready to give as a gift! - or why not just keep it yourself !!