Galeocerdo cuvier : Mexico

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A Quality Galeocerdo cuvier, the Tiger shark, tooth from Baja, Mexico. Good quality enamel. A nice tan & white colored crown and root. Great color! Sharp serrations. Great eye appeal. A Baja collector's Tiger shark tooth. No repair or restoration. This tooth was found in the Gloria Fm. - Pliocene (2.2 MYA).  Authenticity guaranteed. A Tiger shark tooth from a rare locality!

MX213       SIZE: 13/16"  

Posting 19 species (68 rare shark teeth) from Baja, Mexico.   Link to Mexican shark teeth -> Mexico shark teeth

Galeocerdo cuvier, the extant Tiger shark, lives today in all tropical waters and is known to attack man. These are large sharks (up to 18 feet in length) that typically prey on fish, marine mammals and marine reptiles. One of the few sharks that can prey on marine turtles. These Baja Galeocerdo cuvier teeth are Pliocene age (2.2 million years ago). These colorful teeth are highly sought after by collectors. These teeth are from a very old collection of rare Baja, Mexico shark teeth.