From: Phosphate Deposits, Khouribga, Morocco
Weight: 13 Ounces
Dimensions: 4.3 Inches Long, 3 Inches Wide, 2.3 Inches Thick (Matrix)
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96 - 66 Million Years Old Cretaceous
A Rare fossil fish palate tooth of the extinct Tarpon type herring shaped prehistoric fish Eodiaphyodus Granulosus unearthed in the region now modern day Morocco. Once underwater the whole region was filled with marine life. Khouribga is the capital of Khouribga Province in the Béni Mellal-Khénifra region near Casablanca and is the administrative center of a huge phosphate mining industry run by the state, the by-product being these extraordinary fossil remains from the Cretaceous era.