These Fossil Shark Teeth Have The Most BEAUTIFUL Colors I've Seen!

This video was filmed a long while back, but I remember being blown away by the colors of these fossil shark teeth! The color of a fossil shark tooth has nothing to do with the age of the fossil, or the type of shark. It all depends on what types of minerals replace the tooth during fossilization, and what type of sediment the tooth is found in. These teeth specifically are eroding out of clay that ranges in color from white to blue to orange and gray. This causes a very nice variety of some unique colors for fossil shark teeth!

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