Preserved on one half of a ironstone nodule is this very well preserved Shark Egg Case. Preserved also are some metallic crystals (undetermined), this only adds extra interest to this rare specimen. One for the collector.
Preserved on a block of chalk is this partial, however large, shark vertebra. Shark remains from the chalk are very rare and this is the first example that we at Fossils Direct have had for sale. A real collectors item!!
Again another lovely example of a Hybodant shark coprolite with its characteristic twists of the sharks intestine. Its very good quality and is approximately 200 million years old. A very good buy for the collector.
Sharks teeth are highly collected throughout the world and this particular specimen is a highly desirable and sought after piece. Preserved in a block of Jurassic limestone, the tooth has been prepared in full relief to show the fine detail and enamel. This shark used to live on shellfish and thus used crushing teeth. One for the collector of fine teeth and sharks.