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Carcharias africana | Fossil Shark Tooth Necklace

Original price $5.00 - Original price $5.00
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$5.00 - $5.00
Current price $5.00

Carcharias africana Fossil Sand Shark Tooth Necklace with pink beads. Approx 17.5" in length 

Handpicked for quality, every tooth is natural and unique.  Each necklace may differ in size/color/shape of tooth as well as the beads.

Eocene (60mya - 32mya) shark which is related to modern day Grey Nurse Sharks. The thin pointed shape of the tooth indicates a diet primarily of bony fish. Sharks first evolved in the Palaeozoic era (570-245 million years ago). Shark's skeletons are formed of cartilage, a less durable material than bone, consequently there are few fossils of prehistoric sharks. Their teeth are made of a bone-like, enamel-coated substance that is more readily fossilised.