Mammal Teeth & Fossils

Mammal Teeth & Fossils

Buried Treasure Fossils offers a large selection of top quality of fossil mammals for sale including marine mammal teeth, such as, desmostylus, dolphin, sea loin, seal, whale, and ancestral elephant teeth from the gomphotherium, mastodon, and mammoth. Authenticity guaranteed. Have a look.

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  1. Coelodonta antiquitatis (Woolly Rhino)
    $1,950.00

    A TOP QUALITY, EXTRA LARGE Coelodonta antiquitatis jaw - the Woolly Rhinoceros. An October Fossil of the Month. This Ice Age monster lived during the Pleistocene throughout Europe and northern Asia. This jaw is complete and well preserved. Rhino material is scarer than Mammoth fossils. An excellent display piece from River Lena, Yatuksk, Siberia. Authenticity guaranteed. This jaw comes with a custom display steel stand. A fantastic display piece. Note - Product weighs 7.5 lbs. International orders will have a shipping surcharge. Please inquire for shipping cost.

    X751       SIZE: 20" Length x 10" Height ;  Max. Height on stand = 14"

    Note - Posting 5 Woolly Rhinoceras teeth / jaws in October 2022.   Link to Rhinocereas teeth.

     

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  2. Columbian Mammoth
    $1,950.00

    A rare Top Quality Mammoth lower jaw from northern Florida. A January Fossil of the Month. Excellent brown color and preservation. This lower jaw is near complete and includes two complete molars - incredible detail and rare. Great color and luster!  This is the Columbian Mammoth, an extinct elephant ancestor with long, curved tusks that evolved in the Pliocene of North America. Nicely articulated chewing surfaces. No repair or restoration. A rare collector's Mammoth jaw. Authenticity guaranteed. Weighs 7.8 lbs. Note: international shipping cost will be calculated. Please request quote.

    X605   Jaw Size: 15-3/4" Length  x  4" width x  5'' high ;  Teeth Size: 4-1/2"+ x 2-1/2" & 2-5/8" x 2-1/8"

    Name: Columbian Mammoth   

    Age: Pliocene - Pleistocene  

    Location: Northern Florida

    Note - Posting three Mammoth - Gomphotherium teeth in January 2024.  ->  Link to Mammoth teeth

     

     

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  3. Pappocetus lugardi (Ancient whale)
    $1,750.00

    An Ultra Rare, Extra Large Pappocetus lugardi (Andrews, 1920) pre-molar tooth from Morocco. Pappocetus was in the Protocetidae family of ancient whales . Note - molar tooth design is one of the distinguishing features for indentifying this species. This material is a new find and represents one of the earliest transition forms of the whale. Pappocetus is a protocetid (see discussion below) and a large amphibious aquatic carnivore. Pappocetus is also an ancestor of the Basilosaurus. This material is complete and without repair. Crack fill only on some pieces. This is an opportunity to own an incredibly rare specimen from an early evolutionary stage of the modern whale. A fantastic collector's specimen. Authenticity guaranteed.

    M2107          Size: 4-1/4"  (straight line)  (2-1/2" Width at base of crown)

    Mid. Eocene (Bartonian) age  (40 MYA)

    Gueran, (25 km SE of Boujdour), Boujdour Basin

    West Sahara, Morocco

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  4. Cave Lion - Panthera spelaea
    $1,725.00

    A rare, LARGE Top Quality Cave Lion canine tooth (Panthera spelaea) from Yakutia Region, Siberia. A March Fossil of the Month. Complete tooth with a small natural wear facet on the tip. The Cave Lions grew to ~7 feet in length and could up to weigh 700 lbs. Larger than the today's lions. Ice age (late Pleistocene). Complete tooth. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. You can own a rare and wonderful story piece from the Ice Age!  Note - this tooth comes with a 3-1/2" 3D floating display frame.

    Name: Panthera spelaea     Age: Late Pleistocene     

    Location: Yakutia Region, Siberia

    R600             SIZE: 4-1/16"   (1-1/8" Wide)

    Note: Adding 9 Ice Age / Pleistocene mammal fossils in March 2023.    Link -> Ice Age Fossils - Other

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  5. Mastodon
    $1,650.00

    A LARGE Top Quality Miocene-Pliocene Mastodon molar from Florida. This is an extinct elephant ancestor that inhabited North America during the late Miocene to late Pliocene. This molar is a big tooth with 5 cusp rows with typical cusp wear. Exceptional articulation. Excellent orange & brown colors! This is an exceptionally well fossilized Mastodon specimen. Note - Comes complete with custom stand as pictured. No damage. No restoration or repair. An exceptional, authentic Mastodon tooth. Authenticity guaranteed. Note this item weighs 4.5 lbs and a supplemental shipping charge is required for international orders. 

    X609       Size:  7-1/4" Long x 4" Wide x 4-1/2" High  ;  Height on stand = 6-3/4"

    Name: Mastodon (Mammut americanum)

    Age: Pliocene - Pleistocene    

    Location: Northern Florida

    Posting 3 Mastodon teeth in February 2024  -->  Link to all Mastodon teeth

     

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  6. Pappocetus lugardi (Ancient whale)
    $1,450.00

    An Ultra Rare, Huge Pappocetus lugardi (Andrews, 1920) pre-molar tooth from Morocco. Pappocetus was in the Protocetidae family of ancient whales . Note - this tooth (the last "pre-molar") demonstrates how massive Pappocetus teeth compared to the later primitive whales!  The root thickness doubles on one side and the crown gains depth as well.This material is a new find and represents one of the earliest transition forms of the whale. Pappocetus is a protocetid (see discussion below) and a large amphibious aquatic carnivore. Pappocetus is also an ancestor of the Basilosaurus. This material is complete and without repair. Crack fill only on some pieces. This is an opportunity to own an incredibly rare specimen from an early evolutionary stage of the modern whale. A fantastic collector's specimen. Authenticity guaranteed.

    M2108          Size: 4-3/4"  (straight line)  (3" Width at base of crown & ~1-1/2" depth)

    Mid. Eocene (Bartonian) age  (40 MYA)

    Gueran, (25 km SE of Boujdour), Boujdour Basin

    West Sahara, Morocco

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  7. Gomphotherium - Early Elephant
    $1,375.00

    An incredibly preserved Miocene Gomphotherium molar from Chatham Co., Georgia.  An extinct elephant ancestor that evolved in the Early Miocene and lived through the Pleistocene of North America. This is an unerupted tooth with fantastic cusp detail with no wear. Well fossilized. Weighs 2.5 lbs+. No damage. No repair. Authenticity guaranteed. An exceptional display piece which comes with the Walnut wooden base as shownNote: international shipping cost will be calculated. Please request quote.

    X603           Size: 6-1/2"  x  2-3/8" Wide  x  2-1/4" High  

    Name: Gomphotherium

    Age:  Miocene

    Location: Chatham Co., Georgia

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  8. Pappocetus lugardi (Ancient whale)
    $1,350.00

    An Ultra Rare, Extra Large Pappocetus lugardi (Andrews, 1920) jaw section with 3 complete molars from Morocco. Pappocetus was in the Protocetidae family of ancient whales. Note – the molars demonstrate how massive Pappocetus teeth compared to the later primitive whales!  The root thickness doubles on one side and the crown gains depth as well. This material is a new find and represents one of the earliest transition forms of the whale. Pappocetus is a protocetid (see discussion below) and a large amphibious aquatic carnivore. Pappocetus is also an ancestor of the Basilosaurus.. This material is complete and without repair. Crack fill only on some pieces. This is an opportunity to own an incredibly rare specimen from an early evolutionary stage of the modern whale. A fantastic collector's specimen. Authenticity guaranteed.

    M2103          Size: 3-3/4"  (W - straight line)  (3-1/2" height)

    Mid. Eocene (Bartonian) age  (40 MYA)

    Gueran, (25 km SE of Boujdour), Boujdour Basin

    West Sahara, Morocco

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  9. Woolly Mammoth
    $1,150.00

    An incredibly preserved, LARGE Woolly Mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius), an early elephant, molar found in the Dogger Bank, North Sea. Mammoths were present in this area during the Late Pleistocene Ice Age. Great natural color! A large molar with a nicely articulated chewing surface. A massive and complete tooth. Completely fossilized and properly sealed. Weighs 8.75 lbs. No restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. An excellent collectors specimen and a very attractive display piece. An incredible tooth. As shown, this tooth comes with a custom steel stand.  Note: international shipping cost will be calculated. Please request quote.

    X621      Size: 8" L x  3-1/8" W  x  6-1/2" H  ; Height = 11" w/ stand

    Link to Mammoth fossils.

     

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  10. Allodesmus kernensis                           
    $975.00

    A Top Quality Allodesmus kernensis, primitive sea lion, jaw section with three teeth from the Sharktooth Hill area, near Bakersfield, California. An October Fossil of the Month. This jaw section includes a complete canine and two complete molars. Incredible bone quality. Excellent preservation and excellent color. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. Museum quality. My last jaw section Allodesmus jaw specimen from the Ernst collection, and this jaw is as good as they come! The BEST!

    ST1001      SIZE: 4" x 3"

    Note - Adding 8 rare Sharktooth Hill mammal teeth fossils in October 2023.   Link to Allodesmus teeth

     

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  11. Woolly Mammoth
    $950.00

    An incredibly preserved, LARGE Woolly Mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius), an early elephant, molar found in the Dogger Bank, North Sea. Mammoths were present in this area during the Late Pleistocene Ice Age. Great natural color! A large molar with a nicely articulated chewing surface. A massive and complete tooth. Completely fossilized. Weighs 12+ lbs. No repair. Authenticity guaranteed. An excellent collectors specimen and a very attractive display piece. An incredible tooth. As shown, this tooth comes with an easel stand.  Note: international shipping cost will be calculated. Please request quote.

    X622      Size: 9-1/4"  x  2-1/2" W  x  8-1/2" H  ; Height = 9.75" w/ stand

    Note - Posting 4 Woolly Mammoth molars in January 2021.   Link to Mammoth fossils.

     

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  12. Basilosaurus cetoides (Archaeocete whale)
    $950.00

    A TOP QUALITY, very rare Basilosaurus cetoides, an Archaeocete whale tooth found in the Flint River, GeorgiaAn exceptional premolar (PM1) tooth (see photo for tooth positions). An excellent brown colored crown and root. Nicely articulated. Incredible preservation!  Note - the enamel tip shows a small wear pattern on crown. Whales do not shed their teeth like the sharks so there teeth will wear with age. An Eocene age tooth (35 MYA).  No repair or restoration. A great Archaeocete tooth from the Flint River, Georgia.  A very rare collector's tooth from an old collection. Complete tooth!

    G1003       SIZE: 3-5/8" 

    Note - Adding a collection of 27 Basilosaurus teeth from Florida and Georgia in July 2023.   Link to Basilosaurus teeth.

     

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