A Collage of Fossilised Shark’s Teeth (Paleogene Period – 23-66 million years ago)


Arrangement of shark's teeth
Newly-framed in stained oak with blood red linen mount

65cm x 76cm in the frame


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Newly-framed in oak.

A collage of fossilised Lamna Obliqua shark’s teeth dating from the Paleogene Period (23–66 million years ago) discovered in the Oulad Abdoun Basin, Morocco by a French palaeontology mission in the 1950s.