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. 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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  2. Basilosaurus cetoides (Archaeocete whale)
    $895.00

    An EXTRA LARGE TOP QUALITY, very rare Basilosaurus cetoides, an Archaeocete whale tooth found in the Suwanee River, Suwanee Co., FloridaAn excellent canine tooth (see photo for tooth positions). A July Fossil of the Month. An excellent brown colored crown and root. Nicely articulated. Note - enamel tip shows a 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 Suwanee River, Florida.  A very rare collector's tooth from an old collection.  A massive canine tooth!

    F1001       SIZE: 5-1/16"  (1-1/2" wide)

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

     

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  3. Ice Age Gray Wolf - Canis lupus
    $875.00

    A complete Top Quality fossil Ice Age Gray Wolf (Canis lupus) jaw with eight teeth from Yakutsk Region, Siberia with a heavy custom steel stand. A January Fossil of the Month. These large wolves lived in the mountain caves from central Europe to Russia during the Ice Age. This jaw contains all three molars, three premolars, an incisor, and a canine in exceptional condition. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. You can own a rare and wonderful story piece from the Ice Age! This jaw is an excellent show piece which comes with a custom steel display stand. Note: Weighs 1.5 pounds. International orders will have a supplemental shipping charge.

    Name: Canis lupus     Age: Late Pleistocene (Ice Age)   

    Location: Yakutsk Region, Siberia

    R572         SIZE: 7-1/8" Length ;   Height: 7-5/8" with stand

    Adding multiple Ice Age / Cave Bear items in January 2023.    Link -> Ice Age Fossils

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  4. Zygorhiza kochii (Archaeocete whale)
    $825.00

    A TOP QUALITY, very rare Archaeocete whale, Zygorhiza kochii. A large molar tooth. The first molar has a small width yoke design. An exceptional brown colored crown and root. Nicely articulated. Huge root. Note - enamel tip shows wear pattern on crown from grinding (see photo 3). Whales do not shed their teeth like the sharks so there teeth will wear with age. This tooth has no repair. A great Archaeocete molar from So. Carolina.  A very rare collector's tooth.  

    SC1326        SIZE: 3-1/2"

    Note - 14 new Archaeocete whale teeth from So. Carolina added in November 2017. Our largest selection of top quality Archaeocete teeth ever!         Archaeocete Whale catalog link.

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  5. Zygorhiza kochii (Archaeocete whale)
    $825.00

    A TOP QUALITY, very rare Archaeocete whale, Zygorhiza kochii. A large molar tooth. The first molar has a small width yoke design. An exceptional brown colored crown and root. Nicely articulated. Huge root. Note - enamel tip shows wear pattern on crown from grinding (see photo 3). Whales do not shed their teeth like the sharks so there teeth will wear with age. This tooth has no repair. A great Archaeocete molar from So. Carolina.  A very rare collector's tooth.  

    SC1327        SIZE: 3-3/4"

    Note - 14 new Archaeocete whale teeth from So. Carolina added in November 2017. Our largest selection of top quality Archaeocete teeth ever!      Archaeocete Whale catalog link.

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  6. Basilosaurus cetoides (Archaeocete whale)
    $825.00

    An EXTRA LARGE TOP QUALITY, very rare Basilosaurus cetoides, an Archaeocete whale tooth found in the Suwanee River, Suwanee Co., FloridaAn excellent canine tooth (see photo for tooth positions).  An excellent black colored crown and root. Nicely articulated. Note - 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 Suwanee River, Florida.  A very rare collector's tooth from an old collection.  

    F1002       SIZE: 4-7/8"  (1-3/8" wide)

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

     

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  7. Zygorhiza kochii (Archaeocete whale)
    $775.00

    A TOP QUALITY, very rare Archaeocete whale, Zygorhiza kochii. A large premolar tooth.  An exceptional brown colored crown and root. Nicely articulated. Partial root. This tooth has no repair. A great Archaeocete premolar from So. Carolina.  A very rare collector's tooth.  

    SC1325        SIZE: 3-11/16"

    Note - 14 new Archaeocete whale teeth from So. Carolina added in November 2017. Our largest selection of top quality Archaeocete teeth ever!          Archaeocete Whale catalog link.

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  8. Basilosaurus isis (Early whale)
    $675.00

    A Rare Basilosaurus isis premolar tooth from Morocco. Basilosaurus was in the Basilosauridae family of early whales. Note - this tooth is a premolar with no wear and most of the root. This material is a new find and represents an early transition form of the whale which was a fully aquatic carnivore. No repair or restoration. 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.

    M2112          Size: 1-15/16"  (straight line)  

    Late Eocene (Bartonian) age  (36 MYA)

    Boujdour Basin, West Sahara, Morocco

    Note - adding six early whale teeth in August 2023.   Link to the early whales.

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  9. Scaldicetus sp. - Ear Bone
    $550.00

    An exceptional, EXTRA LARGE Scaldicetus sp., a Sperm whale, ear bone (Tympanic bulla) from Caldera area of Chile. An incredible late Miocene Sperm whale tooth from the Bahia Inglesa Fm. An August Fossil of the Month. This is the largest ear bone that I have seen - possibly from the giant Livyatan melvillei sperm whale? This ear bone (Tympanic bulla) is complete and incredibly high quality. The nicest and largest one that I have seen. 100% complete with a small amount of matrix on the back side. It has exceptional preservation, fantastic brown color, and is exceptionally clean. Note this item has a shipping weight of 2.5 lbs. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. Unfortunately there are no more fossils coming from this site for 17 years!  Note - an international shipping surcharge will apply to free shipping offer. The Biggest and BEST!

    C712        SIZE: 5-1/2" long x 3-1/4" wide x 3-1/4" tall

    Note - Adding 11 Chilean Sperm whale fossils in August 2021. -> Link to Whale teeth.

     

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  10. Basilosaurus cetoides (Archaeocete whale)
    $495.00

    A TOP QUALITY, very rare Basilosaurus cetoides, an Archaeocete whale tooth found in the Suwanee River, Suwanee Co., FloridaAn excellent molar or premolar tooth (see photo for tooth positions).  An excellent brown colored crown and root. Nicely articulated. Note - 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 Suwanee River, Florida.  A very rare collector's tooth from an old collection.  

    F1003       SIZE: 2-15/16"

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

     

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  11. Basilosaurus isis (Early whale)
    $495.00

    A Rare Basilosaurus isis premolar tooth from Morocco. Basilosaurus was in the Basilosauridae family of early whales. Note - this tooth is a premolar with no wear and most of the root. This material is a new find and represents an early transition form of the whale which was a fully aquatic carnivore. No repair or restoration. 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.

    M2113          Size: 1-3/4"  (straight line)  

    Late Eocene (Bartonian) age  (36 MYA)

    Boujdour Basin, West Sahara, Morocco

    Note - adding six early whale teeth in August 2023.   Link to the early whales.

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  12. Gomphotherium
    $495.00

    On Sale  A beautifully perserved Miocene Gomphotherium molar from So. Carolina.  An extinct elephant ancestor that evolved in the Early Miocene of North America and a close relative to the Mastodon & Mammoth. Very nice, evenly worn cusps. Good partial root. Well fossilized. Weighs 3 lbs+. No damage. No repair. An exceptional display piece. Authenticity guaranteed.

    X601                Size: 5"  x  3-1/4" W  x  4" H 

    Name: Gomphotherium

    Age:  Miocene - Pliocene

    Location: Morgan River, Beaufort Co., SC

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