Edestus Coal Mine Shark Teeth in Jaw (012921e)  




Coal Mine Shark Teeth in Jaw  still encased in original rock as found (012921e)  
•Name: Edestus heinrichi   (Shark )
•Age: Pennsylvanian Age – 300 million yrs
•Formation: – Anna Shale Formation (Carbondale Group)
•Location: (Underground Coal Mine) Sparta, Illinois – USA
• “Fantastic Museum Grade Specimen”- Coal mine fossils are found in the shale layers just above the coal deposits
This is a “RARE” specimen of a very unusual shark whose teeth were formed in a whorl pattern. Also it is rare to find vertebrate specimens in the coal mines.
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•Price is $1500.00


Additional information

Weight 7 lbs
Dimensions 11 × 11 × 11 in