Common Name: Enchodus Tooth
Genus/Species: Enchodus libycus
Age: 75-65 Million Years old
Formation: Phosphate Deposits
Location: Khouribga, Morocco
Known as the Saber-Toothed Herring of the sea, this ancient fish had two sets of giant upper and lower fangs. It had other teeth , but the front ones are the most impressive. This tooth is one of the fossil fish fangs. A fantastic complete tooth from the Phosphate Deposits of Morocco. The tooth has very little matrix on it and is solid and complete. Very nice tip on this tooth. Beautiful tooth of a fossil fish that swam the prehistoric oceans millions of years ago. Great to collect. Actual Specimen Pictured & Guaranteed Authentic.
Size: .48" W x 1.92" L x .33" Thickness
Item #: HE011