Location: Phosphate Deposits, Khouribga, Morocco
Weight: 6 Ounces
Dimensions: 3.7 Inches Long, 2.8 Inches Wide, 1.2 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.