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Shark’s Teeth Fossil Pendant

$11.00

 

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Description

This shark’s tooth fossil once belonged to the ferocious jaw of a large shark known as Otodus, now extinct. This species of shark was the king of the Paleocene seas 60 million years ago, notorious for its ferocious hunting skills and instincts. The Otodus teeth are large with triangular crowns, smooth cutting edges, and visible cusps on the massive roots.

Each piece is unique and comes individually boxed with a description of the item.

The MOA Gift Shop

There is something for the whole family at the MOA Gift Shop with children’s items, books, Museum souvenirs, to our own archaeology-themed craft kits. We also showcase materials from Indigenous Artists and Craftspeople from across Turtle Island, including an exquisite collection of soapstone carvings, hand-crafted by Six Nations’ artists such as Larry Bomberry and the Henry Family.

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