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Enchodus libycus tooth (EN1)

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Enchodus libycus tooth (EN1)

19.99

This is a beautifully preserved fossil Enchodus libycus tooth ("fang") from the Khouribga mines in Morocco. Enchodus was a large, bony predatory fish with 'fangs' at the front of its upper and lower jaws. This  large tooth  dates from the Cretaceous period about 96 Million years ago. 

The tooth measure, 2.1 inches long and 0.65 inches wide at the base. The tip is perfect and has no repairs. 

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This is a beautifully preserved fossil Enchodus libycus tooth ("fang") from the Khouribga mines in Morocco. Enchodus was a large, bony predatory fish with 'fangs' at the front of its upper and lower jaws. This  large tooth  dates from the Cretaceous period about 96 Million years ago. 

The tooth measure, 2.1 inches long and 0.65 inches wide at the base. The tip is perfect and has no repairs. 

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