Fossil Mako (DESORI) Shark Teeth

Fossil mako shark (Isurus desori) teeth are some of the most prized and sought-after fossils by collectors. These teeth are known for their large size, sharp serrations, and unique shape. Isurus desori was an extinct species of mako shark that lived during the Oligocene and Miocene epochs, from about 34 to 11 million years ago. It was a large shark, with adults reaching up to 14 feet in length. Isurus desori sharks had long, narrow bodies and powerful jaws with sharp teeth. They were apex predators, and their diet likely consisted of fish, squid, and other marine animals.

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