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Rhombodus binkhorsti (7) tooth

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Origin : Morocco (Khouribga phosphate plateau region)

Geological era : Late Cretaceous (Maastrichtian)

Age : 70 million of years

Size : 4.1 gr - mm 20 x 15 x 13

ray shark fossil tooth, 4.1 gr - mm 20 x 15 x 13, only a piece, as in picture.

Rhombodus is a kind of prehistoric race, whose fossils have been found in Africa, Europe, Asia and the Americas in rocks dating from the Maastrichtian (last stage of Upper Cretaceous). The most important finds are the teeth, specialized for grinding shells and vertebrae, which are usually all that fossilized of these cartilaginous sharks.

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