Here's the latest update to LowcountryGeologic.com! We've added two nice groups of shark teeth that are seldom seen.
The first group of shark teeth is from Eocene Kazakhstan, including some Striatolamia, Jaekelotodus, Isurolamna, Alopias, Mako, and Lamnid teeth. One interesting thing about each of these teeth is that they fluoresce wildly in black light. You have to see it to believe it.
Our second group of shark teeth is also Eocene in age, but from South Carolina instead, including Koerti, Alopias, Hemipristis, Goblin, Tiger, and an exceedingly rare and finely preserved Hexanchus agassizi.
This update also includes several dinosaur teeth, fossil fish, fossil lobsters, echinoids, polished whale teeth, and polished mammoth teeth.
See the complete update of fossil shark teeth and more fossils for sale.