Kazakhstan Fossil Shark Teeth

Buried Treasure Fossils offers incredible Kazakhstan fossil shark teeth for sale including ultra rare early Auriculatus and Otodus teeth. An area of badlands in western Kazakhstan is yielding exquisite middle Eocene age (Upper Shorym age / Bartonian; approx. 37 million years ago) shark teeth. The fossil teeth from this area exhibit superb preservation and coloration. The exquisite detail shown by these teeth are rapidly making this shark tooth site world famous. Being land sites, the detail and preservation exhibited by these shark teeth are nothing less than outstanding - some of the finest marine fossils known. The exceptional and rare teeth from this unique location are a must for every collection. In fact, this area has produced the finest examples of many shark species including the rare and highly sought after transitional Otodus teeth (serrated) which is the precursor to the Carcharocles genus. This is an incredibly rare occurrence of the earliest ancestors to the Megalodon. Authenticity guaranteed. Have a look.


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  1. Striatolamia rossica
    $40.00

    Extra Large, Top Quality Striatolamia rossica tooth from Kazakhstan.  Anterior position. Incredible color and condition. Perfect tooth. One of the finest localities for Eocene age teeth!

    K006        SIZE: 1-15/16"

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  2. Hypotodus verticalis                       
    $40.00

    Top Quality Hypotodus verticalis tooth from Kazakhstan.  Lower jaw anterior position. Incredible color and condition. Near perfect tooth. One of the finest localities for Eocene age shark teeth!

    K1207                SIZE: 15/16"

    Note - Ten new Hypotodus teeth added in October 2017.        Hypotodus Catalog Link

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  3. Mennerotodus glueckmani
    $40.00

    A Large, top quality Mennerotodus glueckmani tooth from Kazakhstan. Lower jaw lateral position. Incredible color and condition. Near perfect tooth with dual side cusps. M. glueckmani teeth are quite rare and excellent examples are hard to locate. One of the finest localities for Eocene age shark teeth!

    K310        SIZE: 7/8"

    Note - Ten new Mennerotodus teeth added in October 2017.        Mennerotodus Catalog Link

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