Otodus aksuaticus (Serrated)              

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    K554 BoP
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    A GEM, very rare Otodus aksuaticus tooth with gray color. Excellent transitional tooth with small serrations covering 3/4 of the crown and side cusps. Found in Tushbiar, Mangyshlak, W. Kazakhstan. This is a GEM quality tooth, but it a pit in the bourlette area. Kazakhstan is one of the few places on earth where the transition series from Ototdus (non-serrated) to Auriculatus (fully serrated) can be found.

    K554        SIZE: 1-1/8"+

    The Otodus aksuaticus is the second transitional form identified, and it exhibits well pronounced medium to light serrations covering the lower 3/4 to 1/2 of the crown. The side cusps also exhibit the appearance of serrations or splitting.Kazakhstan is one of the few places on earth where the transition series from Ototdus (non-serrated) to Auriculatus (fully serrated) can be found.

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    Size1-1/8"+
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