Fossilised Lamna Obliqua Shark Teeth in Phosphate Rock
This fossilised deposit features 9 teeth from the Lamna Obliqua, naturally embedded in phosphate rock.
What is Lamna Obliqua?
The extinct Otodus Obliquus / Lamna Obliqua from Khouribga, Morocco was one of the earliest prehistoric mackerel sharks with wide triangular crown teeth, and is known as one of the earliest “giant” sharks before the Megalodon. 8 x 4.3 cm.
Size: 21cm x 19cm.
Approximately 43 Million years Old, Eocene period.
Location: Khouribga, Morocco