Carcharhinus macloti (Hardnose shark)

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A rare Carcharhinus macloti tooth, the Hardnose shark, from Sumatra, Indonesia. These teeth were deposited in the Telisa formation - a shallow marine environment during the middle Miocene (approx. 15 million years ago.) A very unique collector's tooth. D121 is the upper jaw tooth on the left. Authenticity guaranteed.

D121 (Left)       SIZE: 5/16"

Note - 50+ new Sumatran Carcharhinus teeth (4 species) added in January 2018.       Link to Sumatran teeth.