Hemipristis serra

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Name: Hemipristis serra - Extinct Snaggletooth Shark Teeth
Geologic Age: Pliocene-Miocene - Appx 3-10 Million Years Old
Comments: One of the most interesting teeth around. These are fossil teeth from the same species as the modern Tiger Shark which is so feared worldwide as a swimming garbage collector - eating everything in sight. From the famous Lee Creek Mine in Aurora, North Carolina.

Hemipristis serra Tooth 1 $10.00                                        


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Name: Hemipristis serra - Extinct Snaggletooth Shark Teeth
Geologic Age: Early Pliocene - Appx 4.5 Million Years Old
Comments: One of the most interesting teeth around. These are fossil teeth from the same species as the modern Tiger Shark which is so feared worldwide as a swimming garbage collector - eating everything in sight. From the famous Lee Creek Mine in Aurora, North Carolina.

Hemipristis serra Tooth 2 $10.00                                        


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Name: Hemipristis serra - Extinct Snaggletooth Shark Teeth
Geologic Age: Early Pliocene - Appx 4.5 Million Years Old
Comments: One of the most interesting teeth around. These are fossil teeth from the same species as the modern Tiger Shark which is so feared worldwide as a swimming garbage collector - eating everything in sight. From the famous Lee Creek Mine in Aurora, North Carolina.

Hemipristis serra Tooth 3 $10.00                                        


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Name: Hemipristis serra - Extinct Snaggletooth Shark Teeth
Geologic Age: Early Pliocene - Appx 4.5 Million Years Old
Comments: One of the most interesting teeth around. These are fossil teeth from the same species as the modern Tiger Shark which is so feared worldwide as a swimming garbage collector - eating everything in sight. From the famous Lee Creek Mine in Aurora, North Carolina.

Hemipristis serra Tooth 4 $10.00                                        


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Name: Hemipristis serra - Extinct Snaggletooth Shark Teeth
Geologic Age: Early Pliocene - Appx 4.5 Million Years Old
Comments: One of the most interesting teeth around. These are fossil teeth from the same species as the modern Tiger Shark which is so feared worldwide as a swimming garbage collector - eating everything in sight. From the famous Lee Creek Mine in Aurora, North Carolina.

Hemipristis serra Tooth 5 $10.00                                        


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Name: Hemipristis serra - Extinct Snaggletooth Shark Teeth
Geologic Age: Early Pliocene - Appx 4.5 Million Years Old
Comments: One of the most interesting teeth around. These are fossil teeth from the same species as the modern Tiger Shark which is so feared worldwide as a swimming garbage collector - eating everything in sight. From the famous Lee Creek Mine in Aurora, North Carolina.

Hemipristis serra Tooth 6 $10.00                                        


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Name: Hemipristis serra - Extinct Snaggletooth Shark Teeth
Geologic Age: Early Pliocene - Appx 4.5 Million Years Old
Comments: One of the most interesting teeth around. These are fossil teeth from the same species as the modern Tiger Shark which is so feared worldwide as a swimming garbage collector - eating everything in sight. From the famous Lee Creek Mine in Aurora, North Carolina.

Hemipristis serra Tooth 7 $10.00                                        


(Click photo to Enlarge)

Name: Hemipristis serra - Extinct Snaggletooth Shark Teeth
Geologic Age: Early Pliocene - Appx 4.5 Million Years Old
Comments: One of the most interesting teeth around. These are fossil teeth from the same species as the modern Tiger Shark which is so feared worldwide as a swimming garbage collector - eating everything in sight. From the famous Lee Creek Mine in Aurora, North Carolina.

Hemipristis serra Tooth 8 $10.00