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Tiny 5.83mm Fossil Isitius brasiliensis - Cookiecutter Tooth from North Port, FL

Tiny 5.83mm Fossil Isitius brasiliensis - Cookiecutter Tooth from North Port, FL

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Species - Isitius brasiliensis - Cookiecutter Shark

Size - 5.83mm long

Location - North Port, FL

Age - Late Miocene - Appx 5-7 million years old

Remarks - Embark on an extraordinary journey through the depths of time with our exclusive 5.83mm Fossil Isistius brasiliensis - Cookiecutter Shark tooth from North Port, Florida. Unearthed from the Late Miocene layers (5-7 million years old), this petite yet captivating specimen offers a unique glimpse into the ancient seas.

Key Features:

🔍 Rare Isistius brasiliensis Specimen 📏 Petite 5.83mm Size 🌴 Sourced from North Port, Florida 🦷 Late Miocene Era (5-7 million years old) 🧐 Perfect Addition for Collectors and Enthusiasts

The Isistius brasiliensis, commonly known as the Cookiecutter Shark, is a fascinating inhabitant of prehistoric and modern oceans. Recognized for its peculiar feeding behavior, this species used its specialized jaws to extract cookie-sized plugs of flesh from larger marine animals. Our meticulously sourced fossil provides a tangible link to this remarkable creature's existence.

100% authentic with no repair or restoration, this fossil comes with detailed geographical information for an enriching collector's experience. As you add this unique specimen to your collection, you're not just acquiring a fossil; you're investing in a piece of Earth's ancient biodiversity.

Don't miss the opportunity to bring the wonders of the Late Miocene and the elusive Cookiecutter Shark into your collection. Shop now at and elevate your fascination with prehistoric marine life! 🌊✨

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