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Dino Bo Shark Tooth Hunt Bag
Find your own North Texas shark teeth - a fun and unique family activity!
every bag for just $20!
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Tips, Tricks, and Identification Guide
Fish vertebrae are small and resemble tiny beads. They have a disc like shape. Fish teeth can also be found mixed in, they look similar to shark teeth but typically have a circular base.
These super tiny fossil are teeth from rays. They are incedibly small but are easily found. Most of you will have at least one in your bag, if not more. They resemble a short and wide pyramid in shape.
The goblin shark, this is one of, if not the most, abundant type of tooth found in the bags. The blades are long and skinny.
These are really cool teeth, Cretalamna is a really early ancestor to what later on became Megalodon.
Cretodus was one of the apex predators of the area. While large teeth like this are incredibly rare, they can be found occasionally.
The Crow shark as it is sometimes refered to as, because of it’s apparent habit as a scavenger. These very triangular teeth are easy to identify, they’re the only shark tooth found in the bag that will have serrations on the blade.
While many Ptychodus species exist, nearly all in the bag will be whipplei. It has a super tall rounded top. These teeth resemble the top of a baby bottle.
If you’re really lucky, you can find a piece of bone. While small and rare (because they were just beginning to show up), mosasaur vertebrae, like these, can be found.