Fossil Shark tooth Otodus obliquus   (ot1)

Fossil Shark tooth Otodus obliquus (ot1)

Living from 60 to 40 million years ago  Otodus  grew to a length of at least 9, perhaps over 12 metres, it was a fearsome carnivore. It is thought that Otodus was a probable progenitor of Carcharocles megalodon.  This tooth was found in the phosphate deposits mined from the foothills of the Atlas mountains in Morocco.The tooth has a maximum length (tooth tip to bottom of root) of 60mm.

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