Moroccan Shark Teeth For Sale

Did you know that a Morocco is one of the richest hot spots for shark teeth and other fossils? Millions of years ago, the ocean encompassed a portion of Morocco, which is now the Sahara desert. When a prehistoric shark, fish or other aquatic animal died here, their teeth and bones would slowly fossilize over the course of thousands of years. Today, geologists and fossil hunters are still uncovering thousands of in-tact specimens dating back millions of years ago. If you're interested in Moroccan shark teeth for sale, you can find the best deals on individual and bulk pieces directly below.

100 fossil Moroccan shark teeth and 5 slice polished fossil ammonites
100 fossil Moroccan shark teeth and 5 slice polished fossil ammonites
$10.00
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100 fossil Moroccan shark teeth and 16 slice polished fossil ammonites
100 fossil Moroccan shark teeth and 16 slice polished fossil ammonites
$20.00
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100 fossil Moroccan shark teeth and 1 slice polished fossil ammonite
100 fossil Moroccan shark teeth and 1 slice polished fossil ammonite
$6.00
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S109 Superb Collection of 11 Top Quality SQUALICORAX Moroccan Cow Shark Teeth
S109 Superb Collection of 11 Top Quality SQUALICORAX Moroccan Cow Shark Teeth
$0.99 (1 Bid)
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4 1 8 inch Moroccan Carcharocles Auriculatus Sokolovi Fossil Shark Tooth Teeth
4 1 8 inch Moroccan Carcharocles Auriculatus Sokolovi Fossil Shark Tooth Teeth
$199.99
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2 pounds lbs of fossil Moroccan shark teeth
2 pounds lbs of fossil Moroccan shark teeth
$39.95
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1 4 pound lbs of fossil Moroccan shark teeth
1 4 pound lbs of fossil Moroccan shark teeth
$5.00
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shark tooth collection includes 3 large 2 medium and 15 small moroccan shark
shark tooth collection includes 3 large 2 medium and 15 small moroccan shark
$34.68
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BIG All Natural 295 Otodus Fossil Shark Tooth Moroccan teeth not Megalodon
BIG All Natural 295 Otodus Fossil Shark Tooth Moroccan teeth not Megalodon
$16.50 (12 Bids)
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10 B Grade fossil Moroccan shark teeth per lot Free shipping
10 B Grade fossil Moroccan shark teeth per lot Free shipping
$5.90
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1 pound lbs of fossil Moroccan shark teeth per lot Plus bonus 10 grey teeth
1 pound lbs of fossil Moroccan shark teeth per lot Plus bonus 10 grey teeth
$25.95
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1 pound lbs of fossil Moroccan shark teeth and one orthoceras fossil per lot
1 pound lbs of fossil Moroccan shark teeth and one orthoceras fossil per lot
$28.95
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Morocco Information

Morocco is a country (172,487 sq mi) located on the northwestern corner of Africa, bordering both the Atlantic Sea and the Mediterranean Ocean with a population of roughly 32 million residents. As stated above, part of the Sahara desert is also located along the eastern side of Morocco where residents use camels to traverse the arid, sandy and unforgiving landscape.

Morocoo is considered to be a constitutional monarchy with an elected parliment. Although they frequently make important decisions regarding the country, the King has the power to overrule their decisions or completely dissolve the parliament as he sees fit. The country's last election was held on November 25, 2011 and considered to be fair, although the voter turn-out low (25% of the population).

The most notable holiday in Morocco is Ramadan. During this time, Muslims fast during the day as a means to show their spiritual devotion. If you visit Morocco during Ramadan, expect to see a number of restaurants and bars closed during the day. In addition, it's also polite to avoid eating, drinking or smoking in public during Ramadan. There are no laws against it, but it's considered impolite to do so.

Morocco Fossils and Shark Teeth

The Sahara desert is the world's largest and hottest desert, stretching a staggering 3,629,000 sq miles (almost the size of China). Millions of years ago, the desert was actually a part of Earth's oceans where megalodons, ancient great whites, trilobites and other aquatic animals roamed. After passing, their remains fell to the floor where they began to fossilize. Geologists and workers in the desert have been uncovering prehistoric fossilized shark teeth for many decades now, some of which include prized megalodon and hemipristis specimens.