- Orthacanthus platypternus
- Lower Permian (252-298 Million Years Old)
- Wellington-Garbar Complex
- Waurika, Oklahoma
- The Teeth are all in a Gem Jar which is inside a 4.5″ x 5.5″ Riker Mount as shown. The jaw measures approx. 1 1/8″ wide. Very cute!!
These tiny orthocanth shark jaws are really cute. They show the anterior and medial dentition of the upper and lower jaws. Every tooth is a genuine fossil and
they are arranged as if the shark’s mouth was wide open and about to bite.