Beautiful Carcharocles Auriculatus Shark Tooth Fossil in Display Case #CA3
Carcharocles auriculatus is an extinct species of large sharks and also closely related to the later species of megalodon.
Carcharocles auriculatus was the dominant shark species during the Eocene epoch, about 45 to 55 million years ago
The size of the tooth is apx 2-1/2"
The tooth was found in Morocco
You will receive the Tooth you see in the photos. It will be shipped inside the display case. The display case is 3-1/2" x 3-1/2" x 3/4" thick or deep. You can open the case and arrange the item as you like. You can also display it either flat in the stand or insert it into the stand with the corner to get the diamond look. The way the case works is like a book with real thick clear plastic that holds your item tight.