Eagle Ray Tooth [Myliobatis dixoni] – Eocene – Suffolk, UK


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SIZE:   12 x 7 x 4mm
(0.47 x 0.28 x 0.16 inches)

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Name: Eagle Ray [Myliobatis dixoni]
Specimen: Ray Tooth
Age: London Clay, Eocene
Location Found: Suffolk, United Kingdom

Ray fish are still very much alive today, however the Myliobatis dixoni are a prehistoric genus of Eagle Ray fish that lived during the Eocene period. Their teeth were arranged in the lower and upper jaw in flat tooth plates called ‘Pavement Teeth’, each consisting of about 7 series of plates. These mouth plates were useful to crush clam shells & crustaceans!

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