It’s not surprising that sharks look prehistoric–they first appeared about 375 milllion years ago! Sharks belong to the group of fish that have a skeleton made of cartilage instead of bone. Cartilage is a firm whiteish or yellowish tissue. Because there are no bones in a sharks body, the only fossilized remains of of ancient sharks are their teeth. The teeth grew in constantly to replace older teeth that wore out. It is estimated that sharks lose as many as 20,000 teeth in a lifetime! The teeth range in size from tiny to gigantic–some ancient sharks gre as long as 40 feet and had teeth as big as 4 inches! The tooth is this necklace may be up to 60,000 million years old, and from the Eocene Age.

Product Features

  • It’s not surprising that sharks look prehistoric–they first appeared about 375 milllion years ago!
  • This shark tooth necklace come on a black cord, with a a silver colored clasp.
  • Not for children under 3 years–product contains sharp parts, and is a choking hazard

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