150g B GRADE Sand Shark Teeth,
All from the Phosphate mines of Cretaceous/Eocene age from Khourigba Morocco. 25mm on average (some slightly smaller, and many larger).
Some have a little sandy matrix attached, chips in the roots and crowns, and slightly worn, but still very good condition. Any that are very broken or cracked, we mix into the seabed mix, which is also available on the website.
They can be tipped out into sand-boxes with sand and a few small pebbles, this fun way of teaching children about finding fossils, is also educational. And the bonus is they are so cheap, they can keep what they find.
You get between 120 to 150 teeth, all are B grade, and around 150g in weight.