Stingray Teeth Box, 65 to 150 Million Years Old, Morocco - Actual Authentic Fossil
The Eagle Ray, also called a Stingray, fed on shellfish by crushing their shells with their serrated tooth plate. Their bodies were mostly muscle and cartilage, only the teeth were hard enough to fossilize. They grew up to 16 feet in length and had a long, whip-like tail armed with a venomous stinger. Their tail could be as long as their body making them up to 32 feet long. The Eagle Rays were powerful swimmers, capable of launching their bodies several feet out of the water pursuit of prey. This fossil was discovered in Morocco, Africa and is 65 to 150 Million Years Old. From our Museum Field Kit(tm) Line.
Genuine Fossil(s) of either a single large or few smaller fossilized teeth. As these are actual fossils, size, dimension and color will vary. Packaged in a 2" x 3" plastic display box with foam insert and information card. WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts - Not for children under 3 yrs. Adult Supervision Required.