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Teeth Basilosaurus
A superb range of Basilosaurus teeth from a primitive toothed whale, dating from the Eocene Period, 40 to 34 million years ago. It was unrelated to modern whales and was able to grasp and chew its food. They grew to around 60 feet in length and were fast swimmers. All Basilosaurus teeth are rare, and particularly large ones.
Basilosaurus Teeth 01

Basilosaurus Teeth 01

A superb and rare large tooth from the early whale, Basilosaurus
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Basilosaurus Teeth 59

Basilosaurus Teeth 59

A rare Basilosaurus Early Whale Tooth, Eocene, 40 m yrs old, Egypt
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 Basilosaurus teeth 60

Basilosaurus teeth 60

A rare Basilosaurus Early Whale Tooth, Eocene, 40 m yrs old, Egypt
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Basilosaurus Teeth CANINE 61

Basilosaurus Teeth CANINE 61

A rare Basilosaurus Early Whale Tooth, Eocene, 40 m yrs old, Egypt
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Basilosaurus Teeth 62

Basilosaurus Teeth 62

A rare Basilosaurus Early Whale Tooth, Eocene, 40 m yrs old, Egypt
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Basilosaurus Teeth 63

Basilosaurus Teeth 63

A rare Basilosaurus Early Whale Tooth, Eocene, 40 m yrs old, Egypt
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