Enchodus Tooth Fossil Pendant



These pendants feature the fossilized tooth of the Enchodus, a large predatory fish from the Cretaceous period. It lived roughly 66 to 96 million years ago. Given its streamlined body and large sharp teeth, Enchodus was a ferocious fish that struck its prey with lightning-quick attacks.

The teeth are approximately 1.5 inches long and are sold in packs of 10.

Why We Love This:
These pendants are perfect for the avid fossil collector or for repurposing for jewelry!