This product features the fossilized teeth of the Enchodus, set in matrix with a replica jaw, a large predatory fish from the Cretaceous period (66-96 million years ago. Given its streamlined body and large sharp teeth, Enchodus was most likely a ferocious fish that struck its prey with lightning-quick attacks. These pieces were sourced from the mines of Khouribga, Morocco.
Enchodus Jaw Fossil
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