Hemipristis Serra Teeth For Sale

Hemipristis serra is an extinct ancestor of the snaggletooth shark (Hemipristis Elngatus) that roams the oceans today. Although they've been extinct for well over 5 million years, their fossilized teeth remain scattered throughout the world. If you're interested in adding Hemipristis serra teeth to your collection, you can find one of the largest selections for sale listed here on our website. Just browse through our listings below and click on the ones you're interested.

Three hemipristis serra shark teeth
Three hemipristis serra shark teeth
$15.00
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126 PATHOLOGICAL DEFORMED HEMIPRISTIS SERRA SHARK TOOTH fossil teeth FLORIDA
126 PATHOLOGICAL DEFORMED HEMIPRISTIS SERRA SHARK TOOTH fossil teeth FLORIDA
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Hemipristis Serra  Other Sharks Teeth Extinct Fossil
Hemipristis Serra Other Sharks Teeth Extinct Fossil
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Nice Greenish Brown colored Bone Valley Hemipristis Serra Shark Tooth
Nice Greenish Brown colored Bone Valley Hemipristis Serra Shark Tooth
$9.99
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Nice Grayish Tan colored Bone Valley Lower Hemipristis Serra Shark Tooth
Nice Grayish Tan colored Bone Valley Lower Hemipristis Serra Shark Tooth
$9.99
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Brown colored Bone Valley Hemipristis Serra Shark Tooth
Brown colored Bone Valley Hemipristis Serra Shark Tooth
$3.99
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Nice Grayish Beige colored Bone Valley Hemipristis Serra Shark Tooth
Nice Grayish Beige colored Bone Valley Hemipristis Serra Shark Tooth
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140 Hemipristis Serra Shark Tooth from early Miocene of Maryland
140 Hemipristis Serra Shark Tooth from early Miocene of Maryland
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123 LOWER JAW HEMIPRISTIS SERRA SHARK TOOTH fossil teeth MIOCENE EPOCH FLORIDA
123 LOWER JAW HEMIPRISTIS SERRA SHARK TOOTH fossil teeth MIOCENE EPOCH FLORIDA
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123 GOLDEN HEMIPRISTIS SERRA SHARK TOOTH fossil teeth MIOCENE EPOCH FLORIDA
123 GOLDEN HEMIPRISTIS SERRA SHARK TOOTH fossil teeth MIOCENE EPOCH FLORIDA
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Group of 3 Larger Colorful Bone Valley Hemipristis Serra Teeth
Group of 3 Larger Colorful Bone Valley Hemipristis Serra Teeth
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108 PATHOLOGICAL DEFORMED HEMIPRISTIS SERRA SHARK TOOTH fossil teeth FLORIDA
108 PATHOLOGICAL DEFORMED HEMIPRISTIS SERRA SHARK TOOTH fossil teeth FLORIDA
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Hemipristis Serra Shark Tooth

Hemipristis Serra Shark Tooth

Hemipristis Serra Information

The Hemipristis serra is a type of weasal shark that lived in Earth's oceans during the Miocene period (23.03 to 5.332 million years ago). Scientists believe it was similar in appearance to the modern day snaggletooth shark, which is actually its distant ancestor. Because they've been extinct for millions of years, not much is know about the characteristics or features of the Hemipristis serra. In order to understand these sharks, we have to look at it's modern-day relative, the snaggletooth shark.

If the Hemipristis serra was anything like the modern-day snaggletooth shark, then it likely roamed both the shallow and deep water in search of prey. The Hemipristis serra was larger than the snaggletooth, so it probably consumed larger prey. Of course this is all speculation as we simply don't know what it ate or where it lived. The only way scientists have to research this shark is by looking at the fossilized remains of their teeth. With that said, some of their teeth have remained in pristine condition for millions of years, allowing scientists to accurately piece together models of how their jaws were structured.

About Hemipristis Serra Teeth

One of the most notable characteristics with Hemipristis serra teeth are their sharp, prominent serrations. Compared to other species, these are some of the deepest serrations you'll find, which is one of the reasons why collectors actively seek them out. Of course another reason why collectors like Hemipristis serra teeth is because they're an extinct species. When there's no more of a specific type of shark species left to produce teeth, the supply drops and the demand grows.

Some of the fossilized Hemipristis serra teeth you'll find have a slight hook to them with little to no serrations along the edges. These teeth are believed to have been located on the shark's bottom jaw where they stuck outwards, similar to the snaggletooth's teeth.