Fossil Fish (Enchodus) Fangs - Small Size
These are teeth/fangs from the extinct, bony fish Enchodus. They range from approximately 1 to 1.5" in length. They are fragile and are often fractured while in the ground or during collection so many will have crack repairs. The photos are representative of the teeth that you will receive though they may not picture the exact ones. Quantity discounts are available.
Enchodus flourished during the Upper Cretaceous and was small to medium in size. One of the genus' most notable attributes are the large "fangs" at the front of the upper and lower jaws and on the palatine bones, leading to its misleading nickname among fossil hunters and paleoichthyologists, "the saber-toothed herring". These fangs, along with a long sleek body and large eyes, suggest Enchodus was a predatory species.
3 to 9 Pieces
Fossil Fish Fang
Late Cretaceous (70 Million Years)
Oulad Abdoun Basin, Morocco
1" to 1.5"