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Shark Tooth Fossil 1 Inch Set of 3
Shark Tooth Fossil Specimen

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These shark tooth fossils are what are referred to as "three quarter teeth" which means they are not perfect teeth. Some have a small part broken off and/or the serrations on the edge of the tooth are worn down. Perfect teeth are MUCH more expensive.

You will receive 1 bag with 3 shark teeth that are 1/2 inch to 1 inch size.

Bulk Purchase Specimen
You are buying three shark teeth. You will receive three sharks teeth like the ones in the photographs, not the exact teeth shown. The photograph with multiple shark teeth is so you can see the range of differences in this bulk purchase specimen listing. Photographing and listing every rock separately adds a lot in labor costs. We pass that savings on to you with lower prices and higher quality than the competition.


Fossil sharks tooth is used to enhance telepathic communication between this present reality and prior worlds. It helps dispense old programming and heighten accomplishments in business. Fossils are a wonderful tool to assist you in moving from the old to the new and to be receptive to the fresh, innovative forces that are available to you. Fossils can assist you in your quest for transition, transformation and personal growth, helping you to understand the process of change. They can help you instill quality and excellence in your environment.

Fossils (from Latin fossus, literally having been dug up) are the mineralized or otherwise preserved remains or traces of animals, plants, and other organisms. In ancient times they were believed to be a gift from the stars and were revered by many cultures. Because of their age they have been used throughout the centuries as a talisman for protection and long life.


The most ancient types of sharks date back to 450 million years ago during the Late Ordovician period, and they are mostly known from their fossilized teeth. Sharks continually shed their teeth, and some sharks can shed approximately 35,000 teeth in a lifetime. The oldest known records of fossilized shark teeth being found, are by a man named Pliny the Elder, in which he believed that these triangular objects fell from the sky during lunar eclipses.

According to Renaissance accounts, large, triangular fossil teeth often found embedded in rocky formations were once believed to be petrified tongues, called tongue stones or glossopetrae, of dragons and snakes. Glossopetrae, were commonly thought to be able to be a remedy or cure for various poisons and toxins, including helping in the treatment of snake bites. Due to this ingrained belief, many noblemen and royalty wore these tongue stones pendants or kept them in their pockets as good-luck charms. C. megalodon teeth are the largest of any shark and are among the most sought after types of shark teeth in the world. This shark lived roughly about 25 million years ago. The largest teeth can reach up to 14 inches.

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