Cretoxyrhina Shark Tooth – Kansas Nice 50 mm long 51 mm wide with Liquid Silver Displaqy

$ 75.00

This is a good quality, 50 mm long fossil tooth of the shark Cretoxyrhina mantilli. It is Late Cretaceous in age and comes from the Smoky Hill Chalk , Kansas. Beautiful preservation on this tooth with an intact root, nice tip and glossy enamel.

Cretoxyrhina mantelli was a large shark that lived about 100 million years ago, during the late Cretaceous period. It is nicknamed the Ginsu shark in reference to the Ginsu knife, since it fed by slicing into its victims with its knife-sharp teeth. Cretoxyrhina was the largest shark in its time and was among the oceans top predators. Fossil records indicate that it preyed on a variety of marine animals including Mosasaurs, Plesiosaurs, bony fish like Xiphactinus, and large turtles like Archelon.

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This is a good quality, 50 mm long fossil tooth of the shark Cretoxyrhina mantilli. It is Late Cretaceous in age and comes from the Smoky Hill Chalk , Kansas. Beautiful preservation on this tooth with an intact root, nice tip and glossy enamel.

Cretoxyrhina mantelli was a large shark that lived about 100 million years ago, during the late Cretaceous period. It is nicknamed the Ginsu shark in reference to the Ginsu knife, since it fed by slicing into its victims with its knife-sharp teeth. Cretoxyrhina was the largest shark in its time and was among the oceans top predators. Fossil records indicate that it preyed on a variety of marine animals including Mosasaurs, Plesiosaurs, bony fish like Xiphactinus, and large turtles like Archelon.

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