Dolphin Tooth

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A rare, Top Quality jaw from a long snouted needle-nose Dolphin found in the middle Miocene Sharktooth Hill area, near Bakersfield, California. A February Fossil of the Month. Excellent preservation. Excellent bone quality. Great color. No repair or restoration. An excellent collector's Dolphin jaw. Authenticity guaranteed. A very special display piece!

ST482            SIZE: 11"

Note - Adding 9 Sharktooth Hill Dolphin items in February 2022.    -->     Link to STH Dolphin items

Note - Adding 12 Sharktooth Hill display pieces in Feb. 2022.    Link to STH Display Items


There are at least two species of Dolphins present in the middle Miocene Round Silt Fm. in the Sharktooth Hill area. Note - This dolphin would be in the Eurhinodelphids family and would be similar to the Atlantic ocean Xiphiacetus and could possibly be a Zarhinocetus. Dolphin remains include teeth, ear bones, and an occassional other skeleton item.

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