What you get is a shark tooth fossil [about 2-4cm long]
A shark tooth fossil [about 2-4cm long]
Material: Shark tooth fossil
Teaching science specimens, diy necklace pendants, can be used for gift display, teaching fossil specimen materials
It can be used to display collections and decorations.
Natural gemstones or semi-precious stones, there will be flaws, please do not take pictures of the pursuit of perfection
The shark's teeth are not in a row like the other animals in the ocean, but have 5 to 6 rows. Except for the outermost teeth, which are the functions of the teeth, the rest are "sitting". Spare, as if the tiles on the roof are covered with each other, once the outermost layer of teeth has a shedding, the inner row of teeth will move forward to fill the empty teeth. Hole location. At the same time, sharks are constantly replacing small teeth as they grow larger. Therefore, sharks often have to replace tens of thousands of teeth in their lifetime. According to statistics, a shark has to replace more than 20,000 teeth within 10 years.