Enchodus Libicus Saber Tooth Herring Teeth No Reserve

Enchodus Libicus Saber Tooth Herring 21 Teeth Double Jaw- SUPER LONG KILLER FOSSIL TEETH @ No Reserve !!!

Complete Upper Cretaceous - Eocene age fossil fish teeth from the ferocious looking fish called the Saber tooth herring, genus E nchodus libicus sp. They were small to medium sized predators and their remains are commonly found as fossils having died in the Western Interior Sea which is now the North African country of Morocco . With the strange dentition, the Enchodus teeth normally hung down like a saber tooth tigers did, but also had a second set pointed upwards too, so you have four fang teeth as well as many more behind! A Vicious killer!

This Dinosaur Age Fish was found in the Khoribgan Moroccan phosphate mines and are thought to Cretaceous in age, perhaps between 96 and 66 Million years old. The sandy matrix is still attached in places adding authenticity to the mines they were found in great pieces! They are really dinosaur age beautiful slender fossilized teeth. The enchodus (enn-ko-dus) dined on squid and in turn was prayed upon by squalicorax falcatus, cimolichtlys and elasmosaurs.

This huge saber-tooth Enchodus fossil specimenâe(tm)s jaw measures 16 and 15 1/2 inches long in a matrix measuring 20 by 10 by 4 inches and 33 pounds! The 21 sharp fossil teeth vary in length from 1 1/2 to 2 inch
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