The Squalicorax (Corax) Pristodontus (Crow Shark) is an extinct member of the shark family that is estimated to have reached up to 7 meters by some but we would say looking at the size of the teeth 2 to 4 meters would have been more average. The teeth are very similar to our modern day Tiger shark and as such I would expect it was a scavenger as well as a hunter preferring coastal areas over open ocean. Around during e Cretaceous period likely prey would have included turtles, mosasaurs and ichthyodectes.
1 x Shark Tooth Corax Squalicorax Fossil Approx 1cm to 1.5cm+ Long with varying widths and depths. We class as used although they cannot be classed as either new or used really being a natural product. Scooped randomly from the box and are similar to those pictured. Most are 1.5cm+ long.