Arcophoca longirostris - Seal                                         

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A TOP QUALITY Arcophoca longirostris seal jaw from the Bahia Inglesa Fm., Copiapo, Chile. An August Fossil of the Month. Arcophoca is a late Miocene age seal. This jaw (mandible) is complete with a perfect canine and 4 molars. There are multiple cracks in the jaw that were glued / stabilized without filler. Great preservation and color. An excellent collector's seal jaw. Authenticity guaranteed.

C750         Size: 6-13/16"

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This catalog contains very colorful and well preserved Pliocene age seal teeth. (Approx. 4 million years ago). Several different genus and species are featured including Acrophoca sp. (most common), Monachus sp., and Piscophoca sp. The Acrophoca sp. appears to be Acrophoca longirostris. This is an incredible group of museum quality fossils. Best selection of color and species - anywhere. You to can own some Great White shark food!

Note - An incredible group of perfect Seal teeth from my 15 year old inventory. You may never see a group of top quality Chilean Seal fossils again!