All found in association with fossil Megalodon, Mako and Great White shark teeth, this is a fantastic EIGHTEEN PIECE collection of various fossil vertebrae from prehistoric fish, whales and even some sharks. All lived at the same time as these large ancient sharks. These fossils were likely the remains from marine life fed upon by these sharks considering their proximity to the many fossil shark teeth they were found with. Large prehistoric whales, fish (such as tuna and billfish), as well as other sharks, were the primary food sources of the Megalodon shark, as well as prehistoric Great White sharks and the giant Mako shark. Fossil shark teeth collections would be greatly enhanced by the nearby display of these fossils as all co-existed in the ancient seas.
Perfect for teaching aids or educational display, fossil hunts for children, or a really cool collection to scatter around fossil shark teeth of Megalodon, Great White and Isurus sharks. Unlike fossil whale teeth that are shed by the hundreds over the life of the whale, fossil bones are fragile and considerably more scarce and limited in numbers, rarely surviving the ravages of time.