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14.25 inch Squalodon jaw section with two associated teeth.  Chances are this Squalodon died of old age do to the quality of the existing teeth.  There have been a couple simply repairs (glue reattachments) to the distal end of the jaw...no restoration though.  Squalodon teeth alone are very rare...a whole jaw section is beyond rare. 
Location: South Carolina   Item Number: Squalodon -3
L: 14.25   W: 2.45
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14.25 inch Squalodon jaw section with two associated teeth.  Chances are this Squalodon died of old age do to the quality of the existing teeth.  There have been a couple simply repairs (glue reattachments) to the distal end of the jaw...no restoration though.  Squalodon teeth alone are very rare...a whole jaw section is beyond rare. 
Location: South Carolina   Item Number: Squalodon -3
L: 14.25   W: 2.45
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The tooth itself is 1.97 inches in width and the slab of matrix is 4.95 inches in width.  This is a spit tooth, meaning this was a baby tooth that was simply spit out once the tooth became loose in the mouth....just like human baby teeth...they do not have any roots.  Very rare specimen.
Location: Harleyville    Item Number: Archaeocete-1
L: 0   W: 0
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The tooth itself is 1.97 inches in width and the slab of matrix is 4.95 inches in width.  This is a spit tooth, meaning this was a baby tooth that was simply spit out once the tooth became loose in the mouth....just like human baby teeth...they do not have any roots.  Very rare specimen.
Location: Harleyville    Item Number: Archaeocete-1
L: 0   W: 0
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Bone Valley Tapir Jaw section As with the camel jaw listed below, isolated Tapir teeth and jaw fragments are not extremely uncommon but one out of the Bone Valley formation is very hard to come by. The teeth have fossilized a very nice mix of colors. There are four perfect teeth in this jaw section, as well as one tooth still inside the jaw that has obviously not erupted yet but is still very visible (and very cool to say the least). A very nice piece for those who like to add a mix of fossils to their growing collection.
Location: Bone Valley, Fl.    Item Number: MM6
L: 4.41   W: 1.91
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Bone Valley Tapir Jaw section As with the camel jaw listed below, isolated Tapir teeth and jaw fragments are not extremely uncommon but one out of the Bone Valley formation is very hard to come by. The teeth have fossilized a very nice mix of colors. There are four perfect teeth in this jaw section, as well as one tooth still inside the jaw that has obviously not erupted yet but is still very visible (and very cool to say the least). A very nice piece for those who like to add a mix of fossils to their growing collection.
Location: Bone Valley, Fl.    Item Number: MM6
L: 4.41   W: 1.91
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Associated pair of Mastodon Teeth (Mammut americanum)
Location: Alafia River, Fl.   Item Number: MM7
L: 5.51   W: 2.65
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Associated pair of Mastodon Teeth (Mammut americanum)
Location: Alafia River, Fl.   Item Number: MM7
L: 5.51   W: 2.65
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Bone Valley Camel Jaw section Camel jaw sections are not unheard of but those from the Bone Valley region are extremely rare. For starters they are super hard to find and secondly collecting inside the mines has been off limits for a number of years now. There has been some repair (no restoration) on the bone segment of the jaw itself. None of the teeth have been repaired or restored and are super sharp. You can even see the outer sharp edge around each tooth. Super nice specimen.
Location: Bone Valley, Fl.   Item Number: MM5
L: 6.25   W: 2.01
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Bone Valley Camel Jaw section Camel jaw sections are not unheard of but those from the Bone Valley region are extremely rare. For starters they are super hard to find and secondly collecting inside the mines has been off limits for a number of years now. There has been some repair (no restoration) on the bone segment of the jaw itself. None of the teeth have been repaired or restored and are super sharp. You can even see the outer sharp edge around each tooth. Super nice specimen.
Location: Bone Valley, Fl.   Item Number: MM5
L: 6.25   W: 2.01
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