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  Ptychodus decurrens (Very rare)
 
 
   
 
 
reference SHARK149
name Ptychodus decurrens (Very rare)
age Cretaceous, Cenomanian
size Size of Tooth 25mm x 20mm
location Burham, Kent, UK
weight 10gms
   
description  
These chalk sharks teeth are becoming very scarse to obtain thesedays either by collecting or through old collections such as this tooth. This particular shark used its crushing teeth to grind and extract its food. The surface detail is superb and most of the root is intact. A must for the collector of rare chalk teeth.
 
 
 
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