|Cretaceous-Eocene ≈ 70 - 50 ma|
|Origin||Oued Zem , Morocco|
|Size||2.0 - 3.0cm|
Fossil teeth of Enchodus sp. in good state of conservation.
Enchodus is an extinct genus of saltwater fish. It resembled a salmon, but with one big difference, it had four huge teeth in the front of its jaw. They were so big that he might not even be able to close his mouth, like some modern deep-sea fish.
Deposits : North America, Europe, Asia and Africa .
The fossil includes a label with the name and origin and is attached to a 4 cm square cardboard box.
*The price is per unit (a single cardboard box of the four shown in the photo)
Since the samples are natural, you will receive a piece similar to the one in the photograph. The fossils come in cardboard boxes and are glued to a porex base with hot silicone; these can be removed using ethyl alcohol without damaging the fossil. The size is approximate.